The Unitarian Universalist Service Committee advances human rights through grassroots collaborations.
LOCATION: Suva, Fiji
ClimateTOK is a Fijian organization supporting communities across the country in developing tangible policy solutions that address loss and damage and climate-forced displacement through human rights and community-informed approaches. It does climate crisis education work with rural communities and is the only non-government organization in Fiji that provides a space for community representatives to discuss loss and damage financing and relocation issues since 2019.
A few projects Climate Tok is working on are:
- Providing a water tank in a local village;
- Repairing the seawalls and building footpaths in several villages;
- Installing solar lights for three villages;
- Relocating two villages;
- Repairing infrastructure and homes damaged by climate change;
- Upgrading the Vunidogoloa Village into a national heritage site; abd
- Recording Indigenous/traditional knowledge, wisdom, and practices for building climate adaptation and resilience.
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