Media Coverage

1101 domestic violence cases received last year

February 12, 2019

THE Fiji Women’s Crisis Centre last year received a total of 1101 cases of domestic violence from the period of January to December. Of this cases, 573 cases were received at the FWCC in Suva, 269 in Nadi, 130 in Ba, 84 in Lautoka and 45 at the Rakiraki Women

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FWCC gets shelters for survivors of domestic violence and rape

January 21, 2019

The Fiji Women Crisis Centre has got their new shelters for survivors of domestic violence and rape. Centre Coordinator, Shamima Ali says the shelters will be based in Ba, Labasa and Suva. Ali says the shelters in Ba and Labasa are emergency shelters for domestic violence survivors, whereas Suva will

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High rates of reporting of violence against women, girls and children

December 28, 2018

THIS year saw the continuing high rates of reporting of violence against women, girls and children, illustrating increased awareness about the issue. Fiji Women’s Crisis Centre (FWCC) co-ordinator Shamima Ali said during the year, violence against women continued to take its toll, with five women dying allegedly at the hands

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FWCC and Police data survey shows rise in violence against women during holiday period

December 21, 2018

While the festive season is often associated with family, food and festivities, for many women living in abusive relationships, it is the worst time of the year. This comes from the Fiji Women’s Crisis Centre which says that data from the Fiji Women's Crisis Centre and Fiji Police Force show

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FWCC convenes flagship Pacific meeting on ending violence against women

December 10, 2018

MORE than 60 participants from 11 Pacific countries are gathered at the Warwick Resort in Sigatoka for the 8th Meeting of the Pacific Women’s Network Against Violence Against Women (PWNAVAW). This is the Fiji Women’s Crisis Centre’s (FWCC) regional flagship meeting of those working to eliminate violence against women (EVAW)

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Lack of organic food consumption

December 8, 2018

INSTANCES of non-communicable diseases are increasing in Fiji because of the shift of local consumption from organic to processed foods, says a nutritionist. Nutritionist Asaeli Naika said this during his speech at the Terra Madre event held at the Fiji Museum in Suva on Thursday. Mr Naika stood on behalf

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