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8 December

Women’s Weather Watch Goes Regional

press release – 8th December, 2017
A regional women’s radio campaign is promoting gender inclusive disaster risk reduction and recovery in Fiji, Solomon Islands, Tonga and Vanuatu.

30 November

Women’s Weather Watch: 'Women Are Spearheaders of Development' - NDMO

At a global level, the discourse has often featured the phrase along the lines of ‘women and children are the most affected by disasters’.

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28 November

FemTALK: HEROWINS 5 Launched!

A comic book series that highlights femLINKpacific’s Women’s Weather Watch model continues to amplify the contributions of rural women leaders as first responders.

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27 November

Who Makes the News: Women's Weather Watch - “Women’s Weather Watch was telling us you have to be prepared, stock everything inside your house, do everything you can do to be safe,” remembers Unaisi Bakewa, a mother of seven who sells vegetables at the Tavua market. 


23 November

We've just wrapped up production of a new season of Radio with Pictures bringing you everyday HeroWINS discussing Women's Weather Watch and The Official 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Violence Campaign - stay tuned to Fiji Television for broadcast details and FemTALK 89FM Suva and Labasa for the conversations including the podcasts !


22 November

Heavy Rain Alert


21 November

Transport and Infrastructure Matters

Since TC Winston women leaders from our Rural Women Leaders community media network have highlighted just why infrastructure and transport matters to women.

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Today we launched the 5th edition of our HEROWINS comic on Day 1 of our 2nd Women's Weather Watch National Consultation of 2017


20 November

FemTALK: Shining Spotlight on Women as Leaders, Peacebuilders, First Responders

press release – 20th November, 2017
This week, femLINKpacific will be holding its 2nd Women’s Weather Watch National Consultation for 2017 with more than 30 women leaders of all diversities from the Central, Northern and Western Divisions of Fiji.


16 November

COP23 Op-Ed by President Hilda Heine 


15 November

Four ways women are leading climate action


13 November

Women's Weather Watch: Pacific Region Tropical Cyclone Outlook Summary 

Morning Weather Update via Fiji Met


11 November

Podcast: Heavy Rain Warning - Viliame Vereivalu (11th) 

Heavy Rain Warning for Fiji 


Our Weekend Update: Will Policymakers Listen to Climate Change Science This Time Around?


10 November

#MindTheGAPCOP23 highlights of the week

Feminists calling for a robust Gender Action Plan (GAP) as an outcome of the climate negotiations (COP23)


5 November

Flood Alerts in Fiji

Wet days ahead around the country. Aruna Devi shares today's pictorial updates from Makoi. femLINK's rural women leaders in Rakiraki are also sharing that they are seeing the welcomed rain continue. But take precautions as low lying areas may flood. (Photos) 

Our Weekend Update: Feminist Demands at COP23

The We Rise Coalition member DIVA for Equality is in Bonn, Germany for the COP23 Climate Change Negotiations along with WEDO and other allies of the Women and Gender Constituency (WGC), with a set of strong collective demands 


4 November

Our Weekend Update: Women Speak: Stories, Case Studies And Solutions From The Frontlines Of Climate Change


3 November

World Tsunami Awareness Day is on November 5th 

Waiting for the Rain

From the desolate land awaiting the rains for farming to commence to Mere who seeks out any sign of green grass whether along the road or up on the hills and Lakshmi, Prem Lata and Rohini Lata tending their vegetable farms in Galela. (Photos)