Press Releases

PCDF signs MOU with the Ministry of I-Taukei Affairs.

Youth call for more involvement in Climate Change issues.

Pilot Project sees struggling farmer turn into village money lender

PHVA project assists farmers in achieving their dreams

BSP signs MOU with PCDF to allow farmers to take loan
bottom curve
Press Releases

Partners in Community Development Fiji
8 Denison Rd
Fiji Islands

Phone: (679) 330 0392

Fax: (679) 330 4315

Email: (Please specify your question or request in the email subject)
bottom curve
Press Releases

Subscribe/Unsubscribe to our Newsletter

* Required

bottom curve

Partners in Community Development Fiji (PCDF) was founded in 1978 and is one of Fiji's longest established Non Government Organisations (NGOs) that carries out community development projects. 

For over 30 years, we have been working in partnership with communities, donors, government and other organisations to improve the lives of our people in isolated communities. Being a local organization that promotes the interests of our communities, our work is grounded on community centred approaches that build on existing community knowledge, skills and capacities.

We are a learning organisation that acknowledges existing community structures and work with their leaders to ensure the inclusive participation of women, young people and minority groups, building local capacity to understand issues, take action and lead change.

Our interventions integrate environmental, social and economic issues to help deliver our objectives.

Our Objectives:

     Promote good governance and gender equity
    • Protect the environment
    • Increase self-reliance in rural communities
    • Promote healthy living

We are an organisation for the community and we constantly endeavor to remain true to our values of justice, partnership and stewardship, manifested by our culture of:

Our Values 

    • Being sensitive to social, environmental and economic realities.
    • Being a learning organisation, able to learn from our mistakes, review and adapt our position and methods to  maintain      performance.
    • Distinctive competence through cost effective use of resources.
    • Adopting an integrated approach by working in partnership with existing formal and informal local governance systems.
    • Sharing lessons learnt and practices with our primary stakeholders.

Our Vision:

Communities achieving equitable, holistic and sustainable livelihoods

Our Mission:

Working in partnership with communities to empower and assist with informed decision making for their own development.