Blog: A triple win: Environmental protection, climate resilience and jobs for Fijians
It’s 2pm on a sunny and humid afternoon in Fiji. Our team has just arrived in Sigatoka, a seaside town on a well-traveled section of the Queens Road, the main road that loops around the coast of Fiji’s main island, Viti Levu. We arrive in Nadroumai village, a small rural community surrounded by a lush tropical forest, birdsong, and the gentle burble of a nearby creek – and home to some very inspiring stories about community resilience, deep connection with nature, and responsibility.
The views, thoughts, and opinions presented in this blog post belong to its author(s). They are not necessarily shared by socialprotection.org Read More