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Louisa and Kaetaeta have exhibited nationally and globally and are cultural leaders for Pasifika women and the small Kiribati community in Aotearoa, advocating for the maintenance and transmission of i-Kiribati raranga and te bibiri.

Together with the wider Tungaru project team, Louisa and Kaetaeta have collaborated on the revival and creation of traditional Kiribati woven armour using ancient Pacific technology. This ground-breaking project, supported by Creative New Zealand and the British Museum led to their participation at the prestigious Asia-Pacific-Triennial in as well as displaying commissioned Kiribati te tai headdresses. Make sure you check back here on Wednesday 21 October to see our online announcement of our Arts Pasifika Awards recipients!

The graves represent our ancestors and of course, the cross represents Christianity. The sea-level rise shows how scientists say we only have a few more years before Majol is completely submerged underwater.

From generation to generation our Mothers passed down culture, heritage, teachings, ME. We are not drowning, we are fighting! We hope this video can empower our people to take action and responsibility for the future generation. Tai tabwara te I-Kiribati ma karekea ootam raoi iaon aia policy am bwaatei imwain ae ko karea aia bwaoki.

Four LDS missionaries from the US have been stranded on a remote island in the pacific during the pandemic On October 1, Tamana Island one of the most southern islands in the Gilbert chain celebrated the installation of its new roundabout! Flags, representing North, Central, and Southern village groups fly high as performances and food surround the completed structure. Congratulations Tamana! We love you!!!

The Government advises that this extension will remain effective until the end of December, Some exceptions have been made for humanitarian flights to transport essential equipment and medical supplies for the Government as it The undertaking would be conducted in accordance to Standard Operating Procedures that seek to safeguard the public from the potential entry and transmission of COVID All repatriated nationals would be required to undergo mandatory quarantine at a Government-designated facility on South Tarawa.

Throughout the repatriation period, Kiribati borders will remain close to foreign nationals unless specific directions are given to enable critical and lifesaving operations and activities in Kiribati.

During the border closure, the provision of medical supplies and cargoes will continue under the established COVID safety procedures and protocols to ensure necessary support to strengthen the national health system and to support the needs of the people. To all of our Kiribati fathers, happy father's day! You protect, provide and watch over us from our very first moments of life to our very first moments as parents. Your presence in our lives and our children's lives is so important!

We would not be who we are without you. Grandpa, great grandpa, and our ancestors; thank you, we love you and we hope to always make you proud, at home and abroad. We love you! Mr Bwaota Kaririki was awarded in recognition of his outstanding performance on farming and home gardening a Meritorious Services Award during the Kiribati 41st Independence Anniversary on 12th July. Regardless of being disabled, he strives with strong determination towards fulfilling his dream of establishing and sustaining his own garden — an outcome which is considered impossible to achieve given his physical condition, his age and On this World Humanitarian Day , 19 August, The Alliance for Humanity - AH alongside its partner Kalinka extends its solidarity with people living under privileged, crisis, pandemic, inequalities, conflict zones and also shouts out its greater appreciation for those who are working day and night for humanitarian services around the globe.

Humanitarian Day teaches us how care, love and compassion can change someone's life. Those heroes of the world are remarkable for us Above all, humanity is a holy deed to be a good human in this world.

On this humanitarian day, we are glad and honoured to engage youth leaders with us as we appreciate youth leaders engagement and their voices in every aspects. Let's read youth leaders around the globe extending their valuable voices and message for you all. Opening of Parliament this week at Ambo, Tarawa. Throwback Olympics August 18 David Katoatau telling the world about Kiribati through dance, and weightlifting!

I want people to know more about us, so I weightlifting and my dancing to show the world. I wrote an open letter to the world last year to tell people about all the homes lost to rising sea levels. I don't know how many years it will before it sinks. Rotary is delivering three new vaccines to children in Kiribati and strengthening our local immunisation program for continuity. We are grateful to tireless efforts of Rotarians all over the world resulting in this local immunisation project in partnership with UNICEF.

Rotary provides education, immunisations, birth kits, and mobile health clinics. Women are taught how to prevent mother-to-infant disease transmission, how to breast-feed, and how to protect themselves and their children from disease.

My friends and I always talked about our plans for the future, but because I'm deaf I felt sad. I know hearing people are the ones who get good jobs, and my friends and I think we will never be able to achieve the same as the hearing people.

I had a dream for my future, I wanted deaf and hearing students to have the same opportunities but some people are closed minded. They think that deaf people should stay at home and that we don't have a possibility for our future. I decided I was going to set an example and prove to everyone that deaf people can attend regular high school too.

So I worked very hard so I could be the same as regular students. Since Hawai'i is a volcanic island chain, all the species found here originally came from other places. One likely origin is the Line Islands. Last year we took a trip to Kiritimati Island to collect species Genetically, we can trace their migration. One fish species collected there turned out to be new to science.

In a group of fishes called combtooth blennies, we contacted Jeff Williams, a leading expert on combtooth blennies, at the Smithsonian Institute. We spent a week on Kiritimati and we were working in the field every day. The locals who helped us were incredibly generous and welcoming. We thought it might be nice to give the new species a Kiribati name, in homage to the place first collected. We first wanted to find out if there was already a name for it there which seemed pretty likely.

We asked around and told the name for these fish were "ntaremwa". However, it sounded like that name referred to the group of fish, rather than the species itself. Locals suggested, matatakaro mata for eye and takaro for burning coals or embers. There are a lot of stories about Western scientists "discovering" and naming new species that local people had already known about for centuries.

Our hope, in this case, was to avoid that. Since there didn't seem to already be a name for this species, in particular, we wanted to name it in the language of the place where we found it. Our team at Kiritimati. I'm on the bottom right with the beard. The other folks weren't directly involved in publishing this paper but everybody helped in the field.

From left to right across the back row are Charley Westbrook, Richard Coleman, Brian Bowen our supervisor and head of the lab , Joshua Copus, Derek Kraft, and Taburuea Tomataake ocean guide and fish collector extraordinaire. In the front row are Karakaua Marakia our fantastic boat captain and myself.

Beginning in , Tiiata worked as a contracted Secretarial Lecturer and progressed to a permanent Government of Kiribati Business Lecturer position in From this wealth of experience, Bannau cites gender equality and inclusion as a driving force in her 21 year tenure.

Tiiata has seen many key developments take place at KIT including; professional development in the areas of leadership and management training and the roll out of student management software, obtaining Certificate IV in Training and Assessment, Communities of practice activities, facilities and resources such as new modern buildings, trade workshops, computers and laptops, and the improvement in employee performance in quality and quantity of output, all of which have strengthened the profile and reputation of KIT as a leading quality, flagship TVET institute in Kiribati.

Bannau has an acronym she refers to as a guide for herself and the Institute; ICARE which stands for Integrity, Collaboration, Accountability, Respect and Excellence in leadership and other spheres of life. In particular, Bannau wishes to emphasise her role in sharing these values with the younger generations of women in Kiribati;.

However, it is relieving and empowering to see that the world is transforming rapidly, and one of the positive changes brought about in the workplace is the personal and professional development and empowerment of women as individuals and as a collective unit to climb the career ladder in diverse areas. Twenty years ago, the position that I am occupying now would be held by a man.

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Pacific Arts - Creative New Zealand 14 oktober kl. Humans of Kiribati 15 oktober kl. God's blessings. Humans of Kiribati 10 oktober kl. Humans of Kiribati 6 oktober kl. PC: Tekeeua Tarati.

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