Welcome to ADRA South Pacific!

The Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) is the humanitarian agency of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. In the South Pacific region ADRA has offices in Australia, New Zealand, Fiji, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Samoa and Vanuatu.

ADRA South Pacific, based in Sydney, Australia, is the regional office for ADRA in the South Pacific. It provides administrative and programmatic support to all of the ADRA offices operating in the South Pacific. This support ranges from strategic planning, financial system establishment and monitoring, organisational development, program design and development, program evaluation and human resource development.  

ADRA is part of an international network. For further information on ADRA International, or information on any of the ADRA offices in the South Pacific can be found by clicking on the icons on the top of the screen.

Regional News

Want to work for ADRA?

Would you like the opportunity to make a difference, while seeing the world, then why not consider a job with ADRA. ADRA currently has numberous positions available. For more information click here...  More

Samoa recovering after Cyclone Evan

Supplies distribution in Apia Samoa recovering after Cyclone Evans   As cleanup from Cyclone Evans is underway, ADRA workers and volunteers in Samoa are coordinating two Evacuation Centres in ...  More

ADRA Responds to Cyclone Evan in Fiji

Torika with children at the evacuation centre   Children centred approach to emergency response in Fiji   In Nadi, amongst the fallen trees, dangling, broken power lines, smashed si...  More

Recent Fiji Flooding

ADRA International

ADRA on High Alert in Philippines for Typhoon Hagupit

by Natalia Ló-ThismóADRA International SILVER SPRING, MD—The Adventist Development and Relief Age...

"Stronger than the Storm": Behind the Scenes with Sanjay

by Sanjay Thomas The man and his boy are bowed over the side of the boat, their faces dark in th...

"Selling Stories": Behind the Scenes with Sanjay

by Sanjay Thomas Pim is not happy to see her father.  The 14-year-old nervously avoids eye contac...

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