As we mark Menstrual Hygiene Day (May 28th), we are sharing this story of a group of male volunteers that got together to help build a Menstrual Hygiene Management block for their district school. In partnership with DFAT (Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade) and Water for Women, Habitat for Humanity Australia and Habitat for Humanity Fiji are working on improving Water, Sanitation and Hygiene services in […]
In partnership with DFAT’s (Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade) and Water for Women, Habitat for Humanity Australia and Habitat for Humanity Fiji are working on improving Water, Sanitation and Hygiene services in Fiji through the Water for Women project. Habitat for Humanity Australia is pleased to be able to support and contribute to this […]
We are working in Fiji alongside the community in Tuvuya to build resilience to disaster through build back safer training.
Your support helps those who have lost everything…like Lomail and Simon from Fiji.
Fiji is much more than idyllic palm trees and white sand. Blessed with rich forest, mineral and fishing resources, Fiji is one of the most developed Pacific Island economies and serves as a hub for many small island nations in the region. However, a chronic lack of investment and under-employment pose obstacles to sustainable and […]
In Fiji, Habitat for Humanity is working in a remote community, Tavuya in the Province of Rewa.
In November, the Abbotsleigh School sent a volunteer team of 16 (2 teachers and 14 students) to Fiji. The students worked side by side Vasenai and her family to help them build a safe and decent home that can also withstand disaster.
It has been six months since Tropical Cyclone Winston struck Fiji on 20 February, 2016. This category 5 cyclone was the worst disaster to hit the country in recorded history and left more than 31,000 houses damaged or destroyed across Fiji.
Almost two months on from Cyclone Winston, Habitat for Humanity has distributed over 1,300 shelter repair kits and will be expanding programming to help more disaster affected families in Fiji.
Habitat for Humanity’s Regional Program Manager, Luke Millar spoke with ABC South West Victoria radio today about the shelter need in Fiji and how Habitat are addressing the issue.