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vol.35 no.1, 2015(10)

Title: The Fiji national response to HIV and sexually transmitted infections : mapping key successes and challenges

Author: Mitchell, Elke
Subject:  Sexually transmitted diseases|Fiji
 HIV infections|Fiji
Volume: Vol.35 no.1, 2015
Collation: p. 5-26

Abstract: This paper maps and critically analyses the various components of Fiji's national HIV and STI response, identifying key policy and programmatic strengths and areas requiring additional investment and support, It highlights the imperative of addressing current gaps in education, service delivery, surveillance and research in order to ensure the success and sustainability of HIV and STI prevention efforts in Fiji.

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Title: Access to information : questions on equality, gender and geographical gap in relations to suicide prevention

Author: Chand, Rajni
Subject:  Suicide|Fiji
 Equality|Fiji
Volume: Vol.35 no.1, 2015
Collation: p. 67-78

Abstract: According to studies, Fiji has very high suicide cases. Yet, there is a need to forther investigate research methods used, and sources used for these studies. Due to a lack of information on suicide cases in isolated and informal settlements in Fiji, WINET-Fiji (Women's Information Network): a registered NGO decided to conducts workshops on suicide prevention in 8 locations around Fiji.

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Title: Addressing inequality and promoting inclusive and sustainable development

Author: Chauchat, Mathias
Subject:  Nation-building
 Decolonization|New Caledonia
Volume: Vol.35 no.1, 2015
Collation: p. 151-158

Abstract: [ Abstract not available ]

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Title: The inclusion of deaf players into Fiji table tennis activities

Author: Dorovolomo, Jeremy
Subject:  Deaf|Fiji
 Table tennis
 Sports for people with disabilities
Volume: vol.35 no.1, 2015
Collation: p. 117-132

Abstract: The aim of this study was to identify the roles of the Fiji Deaf Table Tennis Club (FDTTC) in the development of deaf athletes.

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Title: Prospects for sustainable development in the Pacific : a review of corporate social responsibility in tourism

Author: Hughes, Emma, Scheyvens, Regina
Subject:  Social responsibility of business
 Tourism|Envirornmental aspects|Oceania
Volume: Vol.35 no.1, 2015
Collation: p. 47-66

Abstract: Recent UN reports and the emerging post-20I5 agenda emphasise a key role for the private sector in fulfilling development goals, However, there has been little consideration of what this means in practice and how positive, sustainable change can be effected through this model,

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Title: Providing opportunities for equality : Pacific islands students' experiences and perception on the use of ICT and e-learning

Author: Lal, Sangita
Subject:  
Volume: Vol.35 no.1, 2015
Collation: p. 133-150

Abstract: [ Abstract not available ]

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Title: The economics of integrative medicine : an emerging paradigm in healthcare

Author: Gopalkrishnan, Narayan
Subject:  Communicable diseases|Oceania
 Public health|Oceania
Volume: Vol.35 no.1, 2015
Collation: p. 101-116

Abstract: The 2(11' century and the beginning of the 21" century have seen a dramatic change in the burden of illness from acute infectious disease to chronic noncommunicable disease (NeD), and today NeDs are the largest cause of death in people of working age,

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Title: Reducing energy poverty for development and resilience : case studies from Vanuatu and the Marshall Islands

Author: Mucadam, Riyad, Ungaro, Juliana
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Volume: Vol.35 no.1, 2015
Collation: p. 79-100

Abstract: [ Abstract not available ]

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Title: Informal settlement and social inequality in Fiji : evidence of serious policy gaps

Author: Naidu, Vijay, Matadradra, Anawaite, Osborne, Josaia, Sibib, Maria
Subject:  Rural-urban migration|Fiji
 Urbanization|Fiji
 Poverty|Fiji
Volume: Vol.35 no.1, 2015
Collation: p. 27-46

Abstract: The proliferation of iriformal or squatter settlements in Fiji reveals several issues that relate to social inequality.

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Title: Volume 35 no.1, 2015 - Articles

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