This is unacceptable and requires a bold and ambitious response at the national level such as the Fiji NAP which is currently being developed.

The Fiji National Action Plan to Prevent Violence Against All Women and Girls 2023 - 2028


Get your copy of the Fiji NAP Document here 

"One woman who experiences violence is one too many."  

Hon. Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama 

In 2020 Fiji embarked on an historic mission to develop a National Action Plan (NAP) to Prevent Violence Against Women and Girls (2021-2026), making it the first Pacific Island Country, and one of the only two countries globally along with Australia, to have a whole of government and whole of community, inclusive, evidence-based approach to prevent violence against women and girls. 

The Ministry of Women Children and Poverty Alleviation (MWCPA) is leading on a series of national consultations across Fiji in partnership with the Technical Working Group, government, civil society, and community stakeholders including representatives from the 13 settings key settings in Fiji to prevent VAWG.


The national consultations are designed to inform the whole of government and whole of community, evidence-based, measurable, inclusive, and funded five-year National Action Plan.

Fiji NAP Progress Report

NAP Final Summary Report Oct 2022 FINAL.pdf


·         A National Action Plan which is informed by experience, knowledge and expertise across diverse communities and settings in Fiji


·         Generating high level findings that will inform the development of the National Action   Plan

·         Enabling diverse stakeholders to provide advice, expertise, and information

·         Strengthening relationships & promoting engagement & ownership

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