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How Temporary Basic Income Could Relieve COVID-19 Global Poverty

A recent United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) report advises that temporary basic income in 132 of the world’s low and middle-income countries could curb the spread of the new coronavirus and reduce the pandemic’s massive, adverse effects on global poverty. Those Hardest Hit: Low and Middle-Income Countries Co-author of the report, Eduardo Ortiz-Juarez, explained in […]


Ecotourism: Leading Economic Development in Island Nations

Island nations such as Fiji and Tonga are isolated paradises largely cut off from global markets. As tourism increases through the year however, these countries’ economies thrive. While ecotourism in developing island nations increases employment rates and the development of other important sectors, it has to be done with the land and its people in […]


A Journey to Stay: Migration and Industry in the South Pacific

Migration led to the population of the South Pacific Islands, along with innovation to sail against the wind. The islands developed a unique history, language, and culture and migration and industry built the South Pacific nations. There are challenges facing the islands, but people are rising up to face them.  What are the South Pacific […]


Learning to Read in Tonga

The Global Partnership for Education reported that if all students in low-income countries left school with basic reading skills, 171 million people could be lifted out of poverty. That would amount to a 12 percent cut in global poverty. In Tonga, the Pacific Early Age Readiness and Learning (PEARL) project is driven towards preparing children […]