Strong Mind, Strong Health, Strong Voice


We focus on contemporary issues that are affecting the well-being and lifestyle of women, girls, and families in the Melanesian region of the South Pacific. We address the effects of the global economic crisis on the livelihood of women and their children, particularly on serious gender specific consequences.

While women (and men) in most Melanesian countries are vulnerable to increased risk of poverty and hardship, gender susceptibility to negative impacts are especially at high risk. Issues such as the impact of climate change, the pre-existing high infant mortality rates, gender disparity on education, equity, political participation, and women’s economic empowerment are just some of the many issues that we help improve.


A Pacific region where every Woman, Girl and Child in their respective communities, leads a productive healthy, and fulfilling life.


To improve the well-being and quality of life of women, girls, and families in the Melanesian Region of the South Pacific.

Three Pillars:

In the attempt to improve the well-being and quality of life of women, girls, and families wherever we work, all our programs have at their foundation 3 essential pillars.

  1. Empower Women and Girls as Key change agents.

  2. Empower Women and Girls as Key agents to activate and mobilize individuals in their communities to build self reliance.

  3. Empower women and girls as key agents to engage and forge effective partnerships with their local government and community leaders.

Our Approach

Our projects throughout Melanesia are based on innovative holistic approaches, which empower women and girls living in rural villages to become the agents of change to achieve productive, healthy, and fulfilling lives through access to Education, Health, and Entrepreneurship.


  • Literacy
  • STEM (Science Technology Engineering and Math)


  • Improving the quality of Rural Health Care
  • Preventative care for women and children
  • HIV and AIDS
  • Climate Change


  • Empowering women through social entreprenuership
  • Community Development