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Invasive Species - Vanuatu
Description: This video has been produced as a part of the EU funded project called: ¨Testing and modelling preventative measures to limit the spread and ecological impact of invasive species in Small Islands Developing States (SIDS)¨. It contains information on the types of invasive species in Vanuatu, their environmental, social and economic impacts, management options and links to wider networks and other information.
  04 Aug 2016   13m31s 1 68 0
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Water security post Cyclone Pam, Buninga Island, Vanuatu
Description: Between 2011 and 2014, Live & Learn Vanuatu (LLV) worked with the communities living on the small islands of Lelepa and Buninga to assist with securing their water supply. This video looks at the impacts of cyclone PAM in 2015, and the current drought. On both islands Live & Learn and community members are seeking insights increasing the resilience of future systems, in other words, to build back better. In August 2015, Lelepa and Buninga islanders shared with Live & Learn what had worked and what, in hindsight, could have been done to increase their water security.
  15 Feb 2016   10m3s 0 122 0
Cyclone Pam in Vanuatu - James' Story
Description: Live & Learn and ChildFund are partnering on recovery work in Vanuatu. This is the story of 10-year-old James at his home in Efate. Their family garden was destroyed, they lost all their crops and don't have money to buy food at the market. All the family has to eat is bananas and coconuts. To donate - http://www.livelearn.org/donate Video produced by ChildFund/Vlad Sokhin/Panos Pictures
  30 Apr 2015   3m17s 0 315 0
Loru - part four
Description: The Nakau program has produced five videos which explain the REDD+ method as implemented by Live & Learn in Vanuatu. Funded by the European Union and ADB, the Nakau Program is a regional Payment for Ecosystem Services (PES) and REDD+ Programme aimed at providing indigenous landowners with alternative sources of income to replace unsustainable activities such as destructive logging or land clearing. The first pilot Nakau Program projects have been implemented in Fiji, Vanuatu and the Solomon Islands. A comprehensive community engagement and education program has been implemented to ensure that communities have genuine and effective input into project development. This process is crucial to the sustainability of the Program and is achieving great results. For example, in the Drawa communities (Fiji) landowners have formed a committee comprising members from each clan (mataqali). The Committee meets regularly and independently, and receives financial support from mataqalis to cover overheads and travel costs to enable representatives to attend the meetings.
  23 Dec 2014   2m55s 0 57 0
Loru part five
Description: The Nakau program has produced five videos which explain the REDD+ method as implemented by Live & Learn in Vanuatu. Funded by the European Union and ADB, the Nakau Program is a regional Payment for Ecosystem Services (PES) and REDD+ Programme aimed at providing indigenous landowners with alternative sources of income to replace unsustainable activities such as destructive logging or land clearing. The first pilot Nakau Program projects have been implemented in Fiji, Vanuatu and the Solomon Islands. A comprehensive community engagement and education program has been implemented to ensure that communities have genuine and effective input into project development. This process is crucial to the sustainability of the Program and is achieving great results. For example, in the Drawa communities (Fiji) landowners have formed a committee comprising members from each clan (mataqali). The Committee meets regularly and independently, and receives financial support from mataqalis to cover overheads and travel costs to enable representatives to attend the meetings.
  23 Dec 2014   2m6s 0 35 0
Loru video part three
Description: The Nakau program has produced five videos which explain the REDD+ method as implemented by Live & Learn in Vanuatu. Funded by the European Union and ADB, the Nakau Program is a regional Payment for Ecosystem Services (PES) and REDD+ Programme aimed at providing indigenous landowners with alternative sources of income to replace unsustainable activities such as destructive logging or land clearing. The first pilot Nakau Program projects have been implemented in Fiji, Vanuatu and the Solomon Islands. A comprehensive community engagement and education program has been implemented to ensure that communities have genuine and effective input into project development. This process is crucial to the sustainability of the Program and is achieving great results. For example, in the Drawa communities (Fiji) landowners have formed a committee comprising members from each clan (mataqali). The Committee meets regularly and independently, and receives financial support from mataqalis to cover overheads and travel costs to enable representatives to attend the meetings.
  23 Dec 2014   2m34s 1 47 0
Loru part two
Description: The Nakau program has produced five videos which explain the REDD+ method as implemented by Live & Learn in Vanuatu. Funded by the European Union and ADB, the Nakau Program is a regional Payment for Ecosystem Services (PES) and REDD+ Programme aimed at providing indigenous landowners with alternative sources of income to replace unsustainable activities such as destructive logging or land clearing. The first pilot Nakau Program projects have been implemented in Fiji, Vanuatu and the Solomon Islands. A comprehensive community engagement and education program has been implemented to ensure that communities have genuine and effective input into project development. This process is crucial to the sustainability of the Program and is achieving great results. For example, in the Drawa communities (Fiji) landowners have formed a committee comprising members from each clan (mataqali). The Committee meets regularly and independently, and receives financial support from mataqalis to cover overheads and travel costs to enable representatives to attend the meetings.
  23 Dec 2014   7m14s 0 65 0
Loru - part one
Description: The Nakau program has produced five videos which explain the REDD+ method as implemented by Live & Learn in Vanuatu. Funded by the European Union and ADB, the Nakau Program is a regional Payment for Ecosystem Services (PES) and REDD+ Programme aimed at providing indigenous landowners with alternative sources of income to replace unsustainable activities such as destructive logging or land clearing. The first pilot Nakau Program projects have been implemented in Fiji, Vanuatu and the Solomon Islands. A comprehensive community engagement and education program has been implemented to ensure that communities have genuine and effective input into project development. This process is crucial to the sustainability of the Program and is achieving great results. For example, in the Drawa communities (Fiji) landowners have formed a committee comprising members from each clan (mataqali). The Committee meets regularly and independently, and receives financial support from mataqalis to cover overheads and travel costs to enable representatives to attend the meetings.
  23 Dec 2014   5m47s 0 89 0
Savanna Burning - ENGLISH
Description: As a part of Live & Learn Northern Territory's Carbon Farming project two educational animations have been produced. ‘Climate Change, Everyone’s Business’ explains the cause and impacts of climate change, and ‘Savanna Burning’, describes the benefits of traditional burning on the environment and introduces carbon credit schemes. In the remote north of Australia, Live & Learn Northern Territory, has been working closely with The North Australian Indigenous Land and Sea Management Alliance (NAILSMA) to support its Carbon Program. This program assists Indigenous land managers to utilise traditional burning methods to provide a unique environmental service. Traditional burning has significant environmental benefits including reducing wildfires; creating a patchwork of habitats for plants and animals, and reducing greenhouse gas emissions. This project has been funded by the Federal Department of the Environment, Northern Territory.
  22 Dec 2014   7m34s 0 497 0
Sequence 1- Lenny, Talking to camera
Description: Produced as a part of RMIT - Industrial Media. August 2014.
  27 Aug 2014   1m15s 0 23 0
Water for Buninga Community - Vanuatu
Description: Buninga is a very small and remote island of the Shepherd Group in Vanuatu with a population of about 170 people. The islanders regularly run out of potable water so Live & Learn Vanuatu, with the support of UNDP GEF Small Grants, organised for the delivery and installation of 11 water tanks in early June. A huge logistical challenge, Live & Learn Vanuatu was very lucky to have the assistance of environmental volunteers Dr Brooks McCutchen and Dr Janis Steele and their three boys whose Research Vessel, the Llyr, was used to transport the tanks. The tanks were unloaded onto canoes, outriggers and the yacht's tender. The community then assisted to carry tanks and building materials for installation up a steep fill for about 30 minutes to reach the community. The Buninga community worked to install the tanks and guttering managing to capture rainfall the day after installation. For more information see: www.livelearn.org and www.berkshiresweetgold.com
  04 Jul 2014   2m34s 5 405 0
Live & Learn song from Kiribati
Description: This song about Live & Learn was performed at the opening of the Live & Learn Kiribati office, and written by Country Manager Pelenise Alofa
  09 Jan 2014   4m36s 7 2625 0