Risk and Resilience in Fiji, Part 4

Risk and Resilience in Fiji, Part 4

While working in the informal settlement communities, my coworkers and I often stay to have lunch with the community members. This is considered an important part of forging relationships and gathering information and stories, as conversations flow more freely over platefuls of food when the mood is light. It is also a time when the communities’ minority groups –especially women- feel most secure to bring up some of their most pressing needs and concerns, topics which they may otherwise be too afraid to mention in front of their husbands.  

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