Press Releases

School to highlight message from nature at this year's dance festival - 17.08.11

Sanitation projects dramatically improve standard of hygiene in rural communities - 03.08.11
Workshop refreshes environmental knowledge in traditional Yasawa communities - 04.07.11
Play your part in developing Fiji’s future leaders - 10.05.11
Community saved by coconut entrepreneur - 16.03.11
Water tanks bring new lease of life to Keteira - 04.03.11

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PCDF is one of Fiji's longest established NGO's, carrying out community development projects since 1978.
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Organisational Objectives

    1)    Promote Good Governance and Gender Balance

    2)    Protect the Environment

    3)    Increase self-reliance in detached rural communities by building capacities

    4)    Promote healthy living and reduce the stigma attached to mental health issues



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      Current Projects

      Cakaubulabula (Living Reefs)
      Supporting the conservation and sustainable management of marine and coastal resources in the areas most utilised and impacted by the tourism and coral-reef based industries.

      Community Based Protection of Coral Reefs and Healthy Reefs
      Addressing root causes of marine degradation and rural poverty by supporting sustainable livelihood initiatives as incentives to conservation.

      Maiwai – Water Awareness and Management
      Awareness training workshops to help generate Water Management Plans and Water Monitoring Committees.

      MORDI
      Contributing to sustainable, improved livelihoods of vulnerable communities living in remote rural areas of the Pacific Island Countries.


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      'Keep On Walking'
      A mental health music video
      Launched December 2009