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Over the last few years, UNICEF Pacific has adopted the WASH in Schools Three Star Approach to improve WASH in schools and build the capacity of children, teachers and communities in becoming agents of change for improved hygiene behaviours - such as washing hands with soap at critical times (bef
These materials have been produced as a part of the ‘Strengthening participation of children in peace building in small island nations with high prevalence of violence, ethnic discrimination and tribal conflict’ project, which is funded through the European Union.
Climate change, poverty, biodiversity loss, water degradation and erosion are major challenges faced by Pacific Island nations in the 21st century. The Carbon Financed Community Forest Conservation project in the Solomon Islands is helping to address these challenges.