Amplifying Voices of Women to Accelerate Progress

Amplifying Rural Women’s Voices At femLINKpacific, we are dedicated to amplifying the voices of rural women leaders across Fiji. We believe that every woman deserves a platform to be heard, and that their voices hold

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Bluesky Celebrates 25 Years of Innovation with Launch of 5G Network in American Samoa

Bluesky Communications, American Samoa’s leading telecommunications and network service provider, has celebrated its 25th anniversary with the launch of its 5G non-standalone (NSA) network. Attendees at the launch

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New report sheds light on Fijian women’s experiences with Poverty

Having only limited access to food, money, shelter, and every means for a safe, comfortable life is a reality that Katia Cakacaka lived with for most of her life. Katia, who was raised on Matuku, one of Fiji’s very

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PNGUoT engineering programs on track for full accreditation

The Papua New Guinea University of Technology (PNGUoT) is leading the way in engineering education and making a global impact. As the sole provider of diverse engineering programs in PNG, PNGUoT possesses a legacy of

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The National University of Vanuatu strengthens its digital services and invests in ICT technology to support students’ education

At the National University of Vanuatu (NUV), the year 2024 brings forth a new era for students with enhanced classrooms, improved internet connectivity, and expanded access to computers and laptops, ensuring success of

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Papuan Coast Maiden Voyage: Consort Express Lines invests in the Expansion of its Fleet and Reinforces Commitment to PNG’s Development

Consort Express Lines (Consort) proudly announces the latest addition to its fleet – MV Papuan Coast. The vessel, formerly known as MV Dili Chief, has now been seamlessly integrated into Consort’s liner

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US scores overdue increase in bigeye tuna catch limit, while American Samoa struggles to sustain its local tuna economy

The 20th Regular Session of the Western and Central Pacific Fisheries Commission (WCPFC) was held December 4-8, 2023, in Rarotonga, Cook Islands. The primary focus at this meeting was revising the conservation and

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‘PNG Marine Salvor’s Capacity’

In addition to its core business of harbour towage, marine services company Pacific Towing (PacTow), provides salvage, emergency response, and spill response services at home in PNG and throughout the broader region.

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What the Boy Child Brings Us – El Niño and Implications for the Pacific this Season

Pacific Island Countries are known to host some of the most memorable soirees during the festive season, but are also the most vulnerable to extreme climatic events during the same. El Niño (pronounced ‘el

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Renewable Energy (RE) Training at the PNG University of Technology

Since its inception, PNGUoT has always been a hub of energy training in several departments such as Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Applied Physics, Applied Science and Geographic

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Unlocking Transparency: Fiji’s Fight Against IUU Fishing

Fiji is taking a firm stance in the global battle against illegal, unreported, and unregulated (IUU) fishing placing transparency at the forefront of their mission. The enormity of IUU fishing in Pacific tuna fisheries

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Never forget, 1.5 to Stay Alive

Our rally call on our journey to COP28 It rests upon our shoulders to breathe life into our commitment to limit the global temperature increase to 1.5 degrees Celsius. We must not let the 1.5 rallying call be muted, as

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