UN Women Representative Ms Aleta Miller presented her Credentials to Acting Minister for Foreign Affairs Hon. Mr Jioji Konrote.Photo:SUPPLIED.
United Nations Women Representative, Ms Aleta Miller, presented her credentials to Acting Minister for Foreign Affairs Hon Jioji Konrote on 10th July, 2015, at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Office.
Ms. Miller is an Australian Registered Psychologist graduating with a Bachelor of Applied Psychology and a Master of International Health from Australia. She is married with two children.
Ms. Miller has extensive experience in gender and human rights gained through a variety of positions around the world including: as a gender and human rights adviser with UNFPA in New York; working on HIV in Myanmar; managing harm reduction programmes for drug users in Australia; working with young Vietnamese refugees in Hong Kong; leading a community development project in a remote region of Papua New Guinea and advising the Chinese Government on national initiatives with sex workers and drug users.
Ms. Miller joined UN Women in June 2015 as the representative at the Fiji Multi-Country Office in Suva, Fiji. She will oversee women’s issues all over the Pacific islands including Cook Islands, Federated States of Micronesia, Fiji, Kiribati, Nauru, Niue, Palau, Republic of Marshall Islands, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Tokelau, Tonga, Tuvalu, and Vanuatu . Ms. Miller looks forward to working with the women of the Pacific islands to improve their issues.”