Palau

Through Pacific Women, the Australian Government will spend approximately $1.4 million over 10 years (2012–2022) on initiatives supporting women’s empowerment in Palau. More information on the partnership and nature of support is included in the Pacific Women Palau Country Plan Summary. Details on activities currently underway in-country with various partners is available via our interactive map. The list of program partners can be found here. Palau is also supported by Pacific Women’s regional program, details of which can be viewed on the interactive map under regional activities.

Further Information

    • SPC Gender Fact Sheet for Palau (based on Palau 2013/2014 HIES)

Stories of Change


Ideas to lift the barriers to women’s economic empowerment

In April 2017, stakeholders gathered to validate and inform a Pacific Women scoping study undertaken by the Pacific Community’s Gender Equality Adviser in the North Pacific, funded by Pacific Women. The study analysed the barriers to women’s economic empowerment in Palau.

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Palauan Men Rethink Feminism

In June 2016, Pacific Women supported two participants from Palau to attend the month long Regional Training Programme run by FWCC. After attending the training, the two counsellors have found they approach their work with a different perspective.

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Senator Sandra Pierantozzi, a Trailblazer for Palauan Women in Politics

The Hon Senator Sandra Pierantozzi was Palau’s first woman Senator and first woman Vice President. Now she’s running for President in the country’s November 2016 elections.

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<span class=”s1″>Through <i>Pacific Women</i>, the Australian Government will spend approximately AU$1.4 million over ten years (2012-2022) on initiatives supporting gender equality and women’s empowerment in Palau. More information on the partnership and nature of support is included in the <a href=”https://pacificwomen.org/key-pacific-women-resources/palau-country-plan-summary/” data-mce-href=”https://pacificwomen.org/key-pacific-women-resources/palau-country-plan-summary/”><span class=”s2″><i>Pacific Women</i> Palau Country Plan Summary 2015-2019</span></a> valued at AU$450,000. Palau is also supported through <i>Pacific Women’s</i> regional program. Details of initiatives can be viewed via our <a href=”https://pacificwomen.org/map/” data-mce-href=”https://pacificwomen.org/map/”><span class=”s2″>interactive map</span></a> under regional activities.</span>Further Information<li class=”li1″><span class=”s1″><a href=”http://www.spc.int/resource-centre/” data-mce-href=”http://www.spc.int/resource-centre/”><span class=”s2″>SPC Stocktake of the Gender Mainstreaming Capacity of Pacific Island Governments (2016) Palau</span></a></span></li><br /><li class=”li2″><span class=”s4″>SPC Gender Fact Sheet for Palau (based on Palau 2013/2014 HIES)</span></li><br /><li class=”li1″><span class=”s1″><a href=”http://www.aidsdatahub.org/sites/default/files/publication/Pacific_Leaders_Gender_Equality_Declaration_2016.pdf” data-mce-href=”http://www.aidsdatahub.org/sites/default/files/publication/Pacific_Leaders_Gender_Equality_Declaration_2016.pdf”><span class=”s2″>Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat (2016) Pacific Leaders Gender Equality Declaration Trend Assessment Report 2012-2016</span></a></span></li><br /><li class=”li1″><span class=”s1″><a href=”https://www.adb.org/sites/default/files/publication/181270/gender-statistics-pacific-tim.pdf” data-mce-href=”https://www.adb.org/sites/default/files/publication/181270/gender-statistics-pacific-tim.pdf”><span class=”s2″>Asian Development Bank (2016) Gender Statistics: The Pacific and Timor Leste</span></a></span></li><br /><li class=”li1″><span class=”s1″><a href=”https://genderstats.un.org/#/countries” data-mce-href=”https://genderstats.un.org/#/countries”><span class=”s2″>United Nations Statistics Division, Minimum Set of Gender Indicators</span></a></span></li>