Our mission is realized with the help of government agencies and non-government organizations that are located overseas and in Fiji. We have worked with the Fijian Locally-Managed Marine Area Network (FLMMA), Partners in Community Development Fiji (PCDF), the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS), Conservation International (CI), SeaAid, and the National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research (NIWA). Other non-government organizations that we work with are listed below with links for viewing their work. Pacific Blue Foundation also relies on grant funding from the Board of Directors and grant programs from overseas and local aid organizations.
General Information About Fiji
The University of the South Pacific (USP) is the premier provider of tertiary education in the Pacific region and an international center of excellence for teaching, research consulting and training on all aspects of Pacific culture, environment and human resource development needs.
The Ministry of Education is responsible for the administration and management of education policy and delivery of educational services. It provides the curriculum frameworks, policy guidelines and directions, and qualified teaching personnel that support all schools in the delivery of quality education for students.
The Ministry of Information is given the responsibility of disseminating information on government’s policies, plans and programs.
The mission of the National Oceanographic Data Center (NODC) is to provide scientific stewardship of national and international marine environmental and ecosystem data and information.
The International Coral Reef Initiative (ICRI) is a partnership among governments, international organizations, and non-government organizations. It strives to preserve coral reefs and related ecosystems by implementing international conventions and agreements.
AIMS is committed to the protection and sustainable use of Australia’s marine resources. Its research programs support the management of tropical marine environments around the world, with a primary focus on the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area, the pristine Ningaloo Marine Park in Western Australia and northwest Australia.
The Locally-Managed Marine Area (LMMA) Network is a group of practitioners involved in various marine conservation projects around the globe who have joined together to increase the success of our efforts. The LMMA Network is a learning network, meaning that participating projects use a common strategy and work together to achieve goals.
Earth Protect advocates personal action for global sustainability by using video and digital content to draw awareness to sustainability issues worldwide. The social communication and videos are meant to inspire viewers to take positive action that will lead to a sustainable future.
The Fiji Islands Voyaging Society is proud to be part of a Pacific Renaissance seeking to recapture knowledge, traditions, and values of Fijian maritime history. Immediate goals include reviving canoe culture, advocating sustainable development, and preserving traditional customs.