Envirofit International was established to develop well-engineered technology solutions to improve the human condition on a global scale, with a primary emphasis on applications in the developing world. Envirofit’s enterprise-based model represents a new, more sustainable approach to tackling the global IAP/cookstoves problem - relying on market mechanisms to guide product development and drive consumer demand.
The mission of the Fiji Corrections Service is to provide an effective and efficient prisons and corrections system through the adoption of innovative programs of offender management and rehabilitation programs. Which is achieved by being Captains of Lives of offenders who are committed to our custody and being instrumental in steering them towards being productive and responsible citizens, with the help of their families and the community.
FRIEND was founded in 2001 to work with marginalized communities in underserved areas of Fiji for their social and economic development and is committed to creating improved stand up skills and economic opportunities at the individual and community level and believes that in order to bring lasting change or continuous development we need to work with livelihood programs.
Gold Foundation endeavors to create positive social change at the grassroots level, through awareness raising and the promotion of sustainable development practices.
Lifeline Fiji looks after the emotional well-being of people by providing face to face and telephone counselling and is strongly focused on helping people to overcome suicidal thoughts and feelings. As you would be aware suicide is a major concern in Fiji, particularly among our youth. Our other focus is helping all people to understand the nature of domestic violence, rape, and child abuse and make our society a safer place for all. Lifeline can also help people to understand mental health issues like depression training.
Fiji's Ministry of Health provides quality services through strengthened divisional structures and to reduce poverty by empowering families especially children and women at risk, advancing gender equality and strengthening communities in Fiji.
Pacific Counseling and Social Services is an NGO that was initiated in 1994 when a group of volunteers banded together to establish a service that would address the needs of all people regardless of gender, race, age religion or political affiliation. PC&SS's mission is to counsel, educate and advocate to enhance the psychological, social, spiritual and physical wellbeing of individuals families and communities through the provision of proactive, comprehensive and professional services. Services are free to members of the general public and are available through our hospital based programs as well as at our community services centres in Lautoka and Labasa.
PRISM is a non-profit organisation geared towards improving health by focusing on non-communicable diseases and sustainable healthcare within the most underserved communities of Fiji. The goal is to create an integrated, holistic model of non-communicable disease management incorporating lifestyle, dietary, and medical management strategies.
SPBD Microfinance is a network of microfinance organizations working in Fiji, Samoa and Tonga dedicated to eradicating poverty by empowering women in poor rural villages with the opportunity to start, grow and maintain sustainable, income generating micro-enterprises.
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