“Solomon Islands has always been a beacon of hope for us in Melanesia, and a middle ground for many of our Pacific and Melanesian issues."

PNG Prime Minister Calls for Calm

Prime Minister Hon. James Marape has appealed to the people of neighboring Solomon Islands to “respect the rule of law and democratic institutions and not to take the law into their own hands”.
The feeling of seeing his illustrations published and knowing that he was contributing to educating the young minds of the Pacific inspired Jo to continue his journey as an illustrator.

Josefa Contributes to Evolution of Children's Literature in the Pacific

Josefa Uluinaceva, or Jo, as he is fondly known, has contributed to the evolution of children's literature in the Pacific for many years, in addition to his day job as a Graphic Artist at The University of the South Pacific's Division of Marketing and Communications.
USP Student leaders from 12 member countries and President of New Zealand Union of Students Association at Suva Point in Fiji during the planting of mangroves in August 2019.

The Pacific Youth Summit: The Values of Integrity for the Achievement of Sustainable Development

Students and youth leaders from around the Pacific region are coming together to discuss the importance of integrity and stronger youth action on anti-corruption, transparency, and accountability towards progress on the sustainable development agenda in the Pacific.
Dr. Heine was the first female President of the Republic of the Marshall Islands serving from 2016 to 2020.

Dr Hilda Heine Appointed Pro-Chancellor and Chair of USP Council

The University of the South Pacific at its 92nd Council meeting on Friday 12th November, 2021 unanimously appointed the Honourable Dr. Hilda Cathy Heine to the Office of the Pro-Chancellor and Chair of Council for a three-year term commencing 1st January 2022 until 31st December 2024.
Together with Lodhia, they were the first Fijians to be listed on the Forbes 30 under 30 Asia last year.

USP Alumnus Paves Way Forward in Tech Business

Growing up in a farming community in Labasa, Vanua Levu, to becoming an entrepreneur at 26 years of age, Sanjesh Kumar believed in the power of his dreams and chased them wholeheartedly.