Partners

We partner with the Government, international organizations, and civil society to promote children's rights.

UNICEF ambassador Pita and a child actor pose for a hand washing photograph.
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UNICEF recognises the power and influence of the corporate sector and wishes to proactively engage, influence and harness business and industry towards achieving benefits for children. Partnerships enhance and complement each other’s efforts while building on individual natural strengths and areas of primary expertise. Partnerships also allow for advocacy and acknowledgement of each partner’s existing roles and responsibilities in specific areas of expertise.

In the Pacific, the corporate sector is indicating its enthusiasm to work with UNICEF but it is interested in working in new ways. The business community is beginning to require a more strategic environmental and social return on its investments. 

UNICEF Pacific is seeking to bring the corporate sector and partnerships into the heart of its operations. It is proposing to achieve this through a number of types of engagement, including jointly developed, ‘strategic’ partnerships, influencing corporate behaviour and also facilitating a positive environmental impact (or mitigate the negative impact) of business. 

Thank you for your interest and commitment to partner with us. We look forward to greater collaboration for children of Fiji and the Pacific.

Please contact suva@unicef.org for more information on how to become a partner.                  

Development Partners

Governments are our main partners. We collaborate with everyone from Heads of State and ministers to governors, mayors and community councils. We also work with international, regional and national non-governmental organisations. Last but not least are our media partners, who work with us to make change happen in the present and to plan for it in the future.

 Governments  
Cook Islands   http://www.cook-islands.gov.ck/ 
 Fiji http://www.fiji.gov.fj/
 Federated States of Micronesia http://www.fsmgov.org/
 Kiribati http://www.parliament.gov.ki/ 
 Republic of Marshall Islands http://www.rmigovernment.org/ 
 Nauru http://www.naurugov.nr/ 
 Niue http://www.gov.nu/wb/ 
 Palau http://www.palaugov.net/ 
 Samoa http://www.govt.ws/ 
 Solomon Islands http://www.pmc.gov.sb/ 
 Tokelau http://www.tokelau.org.nz/ 
 Tonga http://www.mic.gov.to/ 
 Tuvalu http://www.tuvaluislands.com/gov_info.htm 
 Vanuatu http://www.governmentofvanuatu.gov.vu/ 
   
 Donors  
 Australia AUSAID http://www.ausaid.gov.au/
Australian Committee for UNICEF  http://www.unicef.org.au/
European Commission http://ec.europa.eu
GAVI Fund  http://www.gavialliance.org/ 
 Japan http://www.mofa.go.jp/ 
Japan Committee for UNICEF  http://www.unicef.or.jp/ 
Luxembourg  http://www.mae.lu/ 
Miconutrient Initiative Formaerly IDRC  http://www.idrc.ca/
New Zealand  http://www.mfat.govt.nz/ 
New Zealand Committee for UNICEF  http://www.unicef.org.nz/ 
Norway  http://www.regjeringen.no 
Secretariat of Pacific Community http://www.spc.int/ 
South Korean NATCOM  http://www.unicef.or.kr/ 
Spain  http://www.maec.es 
The Alexander Bodini Foundation 
UNDP – MDTF
http://mptf.undp.org/  
United Kingdom Committee for UNICEF  http://www.unicef.org.uk/ 
United Nations Foundation Inc.  http://www.unfoundation.org/ 
 UNTFHS UN Trust Fund for Human Security http://www.unocha.org/humansecurity/
   
Regional Organisations   
SPC   http://www.spc.int/ 
SOPAC  http://www.sopac.org/ 
USP  http://www.usp.ac.fj/ 
SPBEA  http://www.spbea.org.fj/ 
PIFS  http://www.forumsec.org/ 
   
NGO   
Live and Learn  http://www.livelearn.org/ 
Save the Children  http://www.savethechildren.org/ 
Wan Smol Bag  http://www.wansmolbag.org