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Families look to rebuild, in the wake of the cyclone that ravaged Fiji
BA, Fiji, 3 March 2016 – Asenaca Manono took the warnings seriously. She moved her family to the evacuation centre before Tropical Cyclone Winston hit the town of Ba, joining other families sheltering from the impending storm.

In Fiji, a 16-year-old girl living with disabilities beats the odds to achieve her dreams
Suva, Fiji, 13 July 2012 – Sixteen-year-old Vivienne Bale always dreamed of becoming a professional table tennis player.

UNICEF Executive Board visits Fiji and Solomon Islands, assessing UNICEF's work in the Pacific Islands
GIZO, Solomon Islands, 22 March 2012 – The white sand beaches and emerald green waters of Solomon Islands offer the perfect setting for a holiday – but the islanders who live here are freighted with worries.

Fiji becomes first country in the Asia-Pacific region to have all public hospitals declared baby-friendly
SUVA, Fiji, 10 August 2009 - Fiji has become the first country in the Asia-Pacific region to achieve ‘baby-friendly status’ for all of its 21 public hospitals, by the Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative (BFHI).

Avian influenza workshop series raises awareness in Pacific island countries
SUVA, Fiji, 8 November 2007 – Rossie Sailas travelled a long way across a strait in the Pacific Ocean from Fiji to Port Vila, the capital of Vanuatu, to attend a workshop on avian and pandemic influenza.




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