Mere Nailatikau

Communications, Research Consultant

Region: Pacific

Mere Nailatikau is a storyteller and development professional with over 15 years of experience in research, communications and public diplomacy. She is based in Suva, Fiji, and has worked in organisations in Papua New Guinea, Samoa, Tonga, Kiribati, Solomon Islands, Vanuatu, Tuvalu and Nauru. After graduating with a bachelor’s degree in psychology and management, and a master’s degree in development studies, she spent several years working in media, the creative arts, civil society and aid-funded development organisations. Today, she consults full-time and has collaborated with organisations including the World Bank, the Pacific Community and UNICEF Pacific. Her writing has been published in Stella Magazine, the Commonwealth Writers Blog, Climate Tracker, DevPolicy, Islands Business and The Interpreter. She co-founded the Two Fishes podcast, serves as MC and curator for TEDxSuva, and currently hosts the second season of Vosa, a Pacific storytelling podcast featuring creators, thinkers and changemakers across the region..



Assistance to UNICEF to conduct a research on the food environment factors affecting young children, adolescents, and mothers’ diets in Fiji


Assistance to UNICEF to conduct a review of policies and programmes in prevention and management of all forms of malnutrition across all life stages in 14 Pacific Island Countries


Viola Lesi

Researcher and learning expert


Asaeli Naika

National researcher

Projects: UNICEF

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