21 Day Pacific Challenge
The 21 Day Pacific Challenge brings teams of students from across the university together to solve a problem in a Pacific nation. The Challenge is a competition like no other, providing students with the opportunity to make a real impact on international communities in need.
In 2016 the Challenge focuses on Niue, with students focusing on assisting the Niuean community to conserve, protect and sustainably manage its food supply in a way that can be self-sufficient.
The 21 Day Pacific Challenge is officially launched on the 5th of May in the John Britten Building. On the evening, the student teams were announced and students had the opportunity to meet each other and their mentors.
Click here for more photos from the launch.
The final judging of the 21 Day Pacific Challenge was on the 30th of May in the John Britten Building. The three finalists pitched to our judges with EduKai announced with winners.
Click here for photos from the final judging.
Check out more photos from the teams time in Niue here.
The 21 Day Pacific Challenge has been brought to you by UC Centre for Entrepreneurship (UCE), the School of Business and Economics, Pacific Islands Trade and Invest, Air New Zealand, and UC Foundation.
Thank you to all of our donors who have contributed to the 21 Day Pacific Challenge