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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
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Major Achievements and Events

PCDF signs MOU with BSP for PHVA project.

Twenty five farmers taking part in the Partnership in High Value Agriculture (PHVA) pilot project in Nadarivatu are now able to take small loans from the Bank of the South Pacific (BSP) after a memorandum of understanding was signed between the two Organizations.




More on this story in the June edition of the Rakaka.


PCDF signs MOU with I-Taukei Affairs.

Partners in Community Development Fiji have cemented their work in community development in rural settlements after entering into a Memorandum of Understanding with the Ministry of I-Taukei Affairs.

The Permanent Secretary for I-Taukei Affairs Apakuki Kurusiga along with the Executive Director for PCDF Tevita Ravumaidama put pen to paper on the 12th of June, 2014. The Memorandum of Understanding between the two parties is in term of partnering at national level for the benefit of the people in different provincial sites PCDF is working in. This will be an understanding to move forward with development work and infrastructures in the sites without obstacles in liaising back to the Itaukei Affairs Board all the time.

Meanwhile, PCDF also signed a memorandum of agreement with the Ra Provincial Administrator to allow development work undertaken by the Organisation in the Province.


The Rakaka

The PCDF newsletter called the Rakaka is now released on a bi-monthly basis.