Empowerment Through Cash Transfers in Fiji
Fiji has made steady progress towards the realization of child rights since becoming a signatory of the Convention of the Rights of the Child in 1993. Since the review of the 3rd and 4th reports of Fiji on the implementation of the CRC, there were a number of significant changes that directly and indirectly affected […]
This is a summary of the findings of a study into the general feasibility of using Cash and Voucher Assistance (CVA) in responding to disasters in Fiji. The Cash Learning Partnership (CaLP) defines CVA as programs where cash transfers or vouchers are provided directly to people and not to the government, in the context of […]
VULI TAUMADA SHISHAK (VTS) MAPPING REPORT 2015 MAPPING REPORT OF THE 50 EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION (ECE) CENTRES IN FIJI Data has been collected through focus groups and interviews with the individual communities, ECE committee and teachers.
This report provides a snapshot of the realisation of Children’s Rights in Fiji, in particular in the areas of health/ survival, education and child protection. This report is aimed at contributing to: SCF’s strategic planning process and to inform the EU’s European Instrument for Democracy and Human Rights (EIDHR) future call for proposals and child […]
Save the Children Fiji (SCF) is a non‐government organization that promotes children’s rights to achieve immediate and lasting change in their lives. SCF programmes in Education, Health, Child Protection and Humanitarian Response helps support families and communities in marginalized and disadvantaged communities in Fiji.
Save the Children Fiji (SCF) began its operations in 1972, with a focus on assisting school children with funds for their educational expenses. SCF has worked in two key areas: advancing children’s educational development and child rights.Furthermore, SCF has been dedicated to making a meaningful contribution to the educational development of children, community capacity building […]
This report aims to enhance the national understanding of the physical and emotional punishment of children and its effects from the perspective of the children and adults who participated in the study. it is anticipated that the report will also inform the design of future policies and interventions aimed at reducing the incidence of physical […]
This study is a situational analysis of Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children (CSEC) and Child Sexual Abuse (CSA) in Fiji. It attempts to examine the prevalence and knowledge of CSEC and CSA in Fiji and is part of a broader process of creating a regional knowledge base on these issues. The research team strongly believes […]