PCDF’s work is centered around three thematic programmes, which are;
1] The Community Capacity and Livelihood Enhancement programme strives to promote sustainable livelihoods and increase the self-reliance of isolated communities. The programme interventions are community centered with the intent of enabling communities to set up and manage their own developments and income generating projects. Through partnerships with relevant stakeholders, the CCLE programme assists communities, individuals and local institutions by providing some form of infrastructural development, educational workshops and supporting innovative ideas and new initiatives.
2] The Natural Resource Management Programme aims to assist Fiji’s rural communities in promoting sustainable natural resource management while trying to maximise income generated from these resources. Working in partnership with Government, NGOs and relevant stakeholders, the programme aims to support and promote the sustainable use of natural resources by communities. As an organisation, we believe that it is important to recognise the ‘human element’ in all efforts to addressing natural resource use.
3] Health remains a critical issues in most parts of Fiji due to the changes in diet and lifestyle choices and is exacerbated by the lack of access to basic health care. The Health Improvement Programme was established to strengthen and promote community health development across Fiji. We work towards this goal by strengthening the roles or functions of community health committees; networking and collaborating with our Ministry of Health and local NGOs in organising health training in rural communities for committees and community people. The Health Programme is mainly focused on strengthening food security and the access to quality safe drinking water and sanitation.