Partnerships are at the heart of who we are and what we do. We believe in the power of collaboration because it ensures effective results inclusive of a range of diverse needs and expert knowledge. PPP’s partnerships integrate good governance practices, promote sustainable and healthy communities, and empower women and youth.
Our partnerships in Vanuatu and Papua New Guinea have enabled basic health training and service delivery in rural communities, improved maternal and child health indicators, and enhanced the quality of disability outreach services. In Fiji, we strengthened women’s practice of traditional medicinal knowledge and empowered their leadership in science, technology, and environmental management.
As leaders in promoting resilient, sustainable communities, we spearheaded an Indigenous education program with scientists, elders, and youth leaders in Canada and the Cook Islands about climate change adaptation, migration, and food security. We led networking and awareness for the Canada-South Pacific Ocean Development Programme, the largest Canadian development initiative in the Pacific Islands, increasing regional capacity to manage and protect marine resources.
Whether grass roots organizations in the Marshall Islands or with our local Indigenous communities, we believe that collaboration is at the heart of effective and long lasting programming. We welcome partnership proposals from non-profit organizations and other actors focused on climate change, Indigenous rights, gender equity, public education and more. We also welcome proposals from communities in the North or South Pacific for collaboration on sustainable development, advocacy or public education.
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