Fiji Times, Thursday, January 21, 2010
About 90 households in Totoya, in Lau, will soon enjoy cooking on smokeless stoves donated by the Pacific Blue Foundation.
Rocket Stoves to Save Millions Thursday, January 21, 2010 Sireli Kago with rocket stoves at Tovu Village. About 90 households in Totoya, in Lau, will soon enjoy cooking on smokeless stoves donated by the Pacific Blue Foundation. Commonly known as the rocket stove, the new product is effectively used in developing countries such […]
Islanders Prepare For Canoe Race Fiji Times, Thursday, January 16, 2010 Test run … the camakau traditional Fijian canoe, on Laucala Bay yesterday. The people of Suva will see first-hand traditional maritime skills on display when the people of Fulaga and Moce battle it out in a canoe race next week. The competition is organised […]
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In 2010, Pacific Blue Foundation placed a majority of its focus on the preservation of Fijian culture. Sustainable practices, however, are often part of traditional ways.
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A Fijian village’s economy relies heavily on its fisheries. In an effort to sustain the marine resources of Fiji, Pacific Blue Foundation placed much of its energy into environmental conservation in 2009.
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In 2008, Pacific Blue Foundation’s work was geared toward empowering the local Fijians on Yanuca Island. Villagers were encouraged to provide input, take part in surveys, and govern with a new system, while still upholding their tradition.
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In 2007, Pacific Blue Foundation concentrated on how Fiji’s culture, ecology, and education are tied together. A better understanding of this interdependence allows the organization to address the village’s needs in a manner that upholds tradition and the environment.
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Pacific Blue Foundation officially established itself as a charitable trust in Fiji in 2006, which allowed the organization to launch studies that would determine the needs of the local villages.