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Young people from Naqumu community start their replanting project
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Duavata Conservation Leaders in Macuata begin community projects

The Duavata Conservation Leadership Programme was launched on Vanua Levu, Fiji’s second largest island. Participants were nominated from five coastal villages in the Macuata Province with connections to Nukubati Island Resort. The participants, between the ages of sixteen and twenty-five, undertook two nature-based experiences: one terrestrial, one maritime. The experiences were led by experts from KokoMana, Nukubati Island Resort and Ocean Ventures.

Rivers Fiji use their 4WD buses to support Ministry health officials to reach remote rural communities
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Rivers Fiji supporting the vaccine rollout

Rivers Fiji have been supporting the Ministry of Health vaccination team over the last five weeks with the vaccine roll-out to some of the interior villages of Viti Levu. Dr. Amos, the sub-divisional medical officer Nadroga/Navosa applauded this initiative taken by tourism operators to offer their support.

Aerial photo of Leleuvia Island Resort and their protected reefs
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Duavata declares a climate emergency

We’ve signed up to Tourism Declares, an initiative that supports tourism businesses, organisations and individuals in declaring a climate emergency and taking purposeful action to reduce their carbon emissions as per the advice from The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) to cut global carbon emissions to 55% below 2017 levels by 2030. 

Visiting Kokomana and learning about agroforestry
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Duavata championing ridges to reef conservation leaders in grassroots Macuata communities

The Duavata Conservation Leadership Programme offers nature-based educational experiences to young Fijians to build their understanding of, and for some reconnect them with, their unique natural and cultural heritage. Through these experiences and the new relationships they bring, Duavata hopes to nurture the conservation leaders of tomorrow.