Pacific Islands Association of Non-Governmental Organisations (PIANGO) is optimistic to increase its focus on next generation leaders as the future is in their hands to shape whilst commemorating World Youth Day. The call to “Transforming Food Systems: Youth Innovation for Human and Planetary Health” is a huge undertake that required […]
Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) in the Pacific are optimistic that concerted effort of all stakeholders at the regional, national and local levels will scale up effort to implement Pacific Regional Education Framework (PacREF), its stated alignment with SDG4, which is to ‘ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong […]
Members of the United Liberation Movement for West Papua (ULMWP) met with Pacific Conference of Churches (PCC) and Younsolwara Pacific at the Secretariat during their visit in 2019. Press Release: THREE members of Pacific civil society have called for the United Liberation Movement for West Papua to be allowed membership of […]
Deep Sea Mining is Not Needed, Not Wanted, Not Consented The Ocean is the living blue heart of our planet, a message echoed by the Pacific Civil Society Organisations as they launched a collective statement calling for a Global Ban on Deep Sea Mining in Nadi, Fiji, today (March 25th […]
The development of citizen budget guidelines is a key milestone that will simplify budget information and encourage engagement to monitor public funds and resources that are allocated in accordance with the wishes and needs of the people. Pacific Islands Association of Non-Governmental Organisation (PIANGO) through a partnership with UNDP has […]
UNDP under its PFM and Governance in the Pacific project, funded by the European Union, has partnered with PIANGO to implement the project to five of its National Liaison Unit (NLU’s) in the region that includes Fiji, Tonga, Vanuatu, Solomon and Tuvalu.
Vanuatu is the only Pacific country that has been constantly sponsoring the self-determination of West Papua at the regional and international level and this was evident in today’s victory march
Whilst Solomon CSO applaud the VNR committee’s use of the often critical Auditor General report in their review, we point out that poor governance and political interference in service provision are major issues holding back development.
Samoa CSO calls for an urgent need is to prioritize deeper and more ‘grassroots’ engagement to reflect socio-economic rural developments.
PNG Voluntary National Review (VNR) to reflect on building back better.