Mweleul Adeline

Mweleul Adeline
Vanuatu government · Curriculum development Unit

Projects

Projects (2)
Project
Being resilient in the face of our vulnerabilities (socio-economic transition AND climate change) requires a better understanding of how we can adapt in a “sustainable” way. A Western model of action and thought has been proposed in many fields (education, health, economy, etc.) and is now part of the history of Pacific island societies. “Indigenous knowledge and practices” (knowledge, know-how, interpersonal skills, orality, stories, community, educational, health, economic, social, linguistic practices, etc.) are subjects of research which may have an impact in the resilience of Pacific island populations and meet challenges of improving health and well-being and societal development in a context of high vulnerabilities in the Pacific island (Vanuatu and New Caledonia)
Project
The goal is to promote and revitalise family agriculture to improve the health of Pacific populations and ensure food security in the context of rapid social and economic transformations and climate change, which effect are particularity harmful to Pacific islands.