They have been creating sustainable and lasting change in the lives of children in Fiji for more than 40 years. As the country’s leading child rights organisation, they work to ensure children can realise their rights, particularly those children who are in the most vulnerable and marginalised environments. Currently, they work from ground level to policy level with direct work in 52 informal settlement communities across Fiji. Created in Fiji in 1972, they are a non-political organisation that continues to be dedicated to driving positive change for children across the region. Globally, Save the Children protects the lives of children in more than 120 countries and each year they support millions of the hardest to reach and most vulnerable children and young people around the world. Locally, they work to create long lasting,