The UPF Fiji chapter is represented by Ambassadors for Peace, who number about 700 nationwide as a result of various seminars and rallies for peace conducted over the last five years in cooperation with international and regional UPF representatives.

The Fiji chapter has been promoting peace in Fiji through peace rallies, peace seminars, and character education programmes in cooperation with the Ministry for Youth, Sports, and Productivity. Service For Peace projects serve various communities and help to create a culture of peace based on a universally shared value of “Living for the sake of others.”

Some significant Service For Peace projects held so far are as follows:

Cleaning and painting stair railings with the theme, “Provide a clean and healthy environemnt for the sick” at the Colonial War Memorial Hospital; cleaning and socializing with children at the Hilton Special School Hostel and St. Christopher’s Home; cleaning and socializing with senior citizens at Father’s Law Home and the Home of Compassion to communicate the vision of “One Family under God."

K.M. Nailatikau: Address to World Summit 2014

August 10, 2014

It is crucial that we work together in stanch faith and with equal leadership to be able to truly overcome our individual conflicts and struggles to be able to achieve lasting world peace.


International Day of Families Observed in Fiji

May 18, 2014

Suva, Fiji - UPF celebrated the International Day of Families by organizing lunch and entertainment  for residents of the Samabula Old Peoples' Home in Suva on May 18, 2014.


Washington DC Forum: Peace, Stability, and Economic Development in Micronesia

September 18, 2013

Washington DC, USA - A Peace and Security Forum on "Peace, Stability, and Economic Development in Micronesia" on Sept. 18, 2013, addressed the impact of climate change, economic development in the region, and the role of the external powers in working with the region on these critical challenges.


Fiji Peace Council Discusses Marriage and Family

June 13, 2009

Suva, Fiji - Religious leaders of the Fiji Islands gathered at the Nasinu Town Council Chamber on June 13, 2009 to discuss the values of “marriage and family.”


Interreligious Peace Council Inaugurated in Fiji

March 21, 2009

Suva, Fiji - The inaugural meeting of the Interreligious Peace Council of Fiji was held in the peaceful chamber of the Nasinu Town Council. Heads on March 21, 2009.


Day of Peace in Fiji

September 21, 2008

Suva, Fiji - Children at a school for the deaf enjoyed crafts projects on the International Day of Peace.


P. Sotutu: Faith-Based Action and the Millennium Development Goals

December 17, 2007

The majority of poverty eradication work is done by faith organizations run by Christians of various denominations, Hindus, and Muslims. Many of them deliver food and medical supplies to the poor and also take their children to formal schools for education.