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Financial care is being aware

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Children learn from their family

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MoneyPACIFIC is dedicated to helping Pacific families manage their money and make the best decisions to achieve their financial goals, while learning to minimise the impact of unexpected bumps along the way.

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Having a budget is really important because it helps you and your family to see where your money comes in and goes out.

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04

Feb '2019

Monday, 04 February 2019

Pacific and General

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It’s that time of year again - cyclone season in the Pacific. If disaster strikes, how can we best help our family, friends, and wider Pacific communities to get back on their...

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30

Jan '2019

Wednesday, 30 January 2019

Pacific and General

How You Say My Pacific Name Matters

Reproduced with permission of Arieta Tora Rika - the writer, Pacific storyteller, and Talanoa's founder.   I’m Fijian, and there’s one stereotype I can’t deny. I love Rug...

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11

Dec '2018

Tuesday, 11 December 2018

Pacific and General

Natural Disasters in the Pacific – the Role of the World Food Programme (WFP)

The Pacific is one of the most vulnerable regions to natural hazards in the world – and climate-related disasters are increasing the threat. Of the 20 states with the hig...

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