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Pacific Parliamentary Assembly on Population and Development (PPAPD)



PPAPD aims to promote practical actions by Pacific Parliamentarians in advocacy for population and development issues in the Pacific region thereby contributing to the attainment of the PPAPD vision of improving the living standards, security and well being of peoples in the Pacific.

PPAPD is supported by the Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC); United Nations Populations Fund (UNFPA); Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat (PIFS); United Nations Development Fund (UNDP-Pacific Centre); and the Asian Forum of Parliamentarians on Population and Development (AFPPD).

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UN talks flounder as climate impacts mount, say delegates
09 AUGUST 2010 BONN (AFP) ----UN climate talks tasked with curbing the threat of global warming are backsliding, delegates from both rich and developing nations said Friday at the close of a week-long session in Bonn. 
Amnesty International disappointed with Forum Leaders lack of commitment to gender based sexual viol
06 AUGUST 2010 PORT VILA (PACNEWS) --- Amnesty International is disappointed at the lack of progress made by the Pacific Islands Forum Leaders on commitments made in Cairns to eliminate sexual and gender based violence (SGBV). 
Give Pacific Islanders climate visas, say Australian Greens
06 AUGUST 2010 CANBERRA (RADIO AUSTRALIA) -----The Australian Greens are calling for a new visa category for climate-change refugees from affected nations in the Pacific region. 
EU supports single mechanism on climate change funding but prefers direct budgetary support
05 AUGUST 2010 PORT VILA (Pacnews) --- The European Union will support a single regional mechanism to co-ordinate funding for climate change adaptation in the Pacific region   
Increased cooperation vital to tackling climate change in Pacific: UN chief
05 August 2010 PORT VILA (XINHUA) ----- Closer international cooperation is necessary to help Pacific island nations combat the impact of climate change, UN Secretary-general Ban Ki-moon said on Wednesday, pledging the United Nations' commitment to mitigating the problem.  
Concern over HIV baby cases in Fiji
05 AUGUST 2010 SUVA (RADAUS) ---- In Fiji, three babies have been diagnosed with HIV this year.

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