Te Vaka Moana required auditing on multiple websites with recommendations on how to progress further. They also required training for development, maintenance and content production techniques. The objective is to more effectively communicate their current work.
Te Vaka Moana (TVM) is comprised of fisheries administrations from the Cook Islands, New Zealand, Niue, Samoa, Tonga and Tokelau.
The association was formalised in 2011 by the signing of the ‘Te Vaka Moana Arrangement’. The agreement broadly seeks to strengthen cooperative relationships between the participants to further shared sustainable fisheries resource goals for increased economic benefits, while protecting the contribution that those fisheries resources make to the food security for each of the Participants communities.
Suggestions were given on their content and how to improve their social media presence.
Training was provided on best practice for updating websites and best practice for social media for the organisation.
In-person training was delivered in New Zealand.
In-depth website audits were performed.
A more cohesive strategy moving forward for the organisation was achieved. They gained more awareness on how to manage online presence and a survey of participants revealed they all came away finding the session valuable.