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RMC Wins Inaugural Director-General's Award for Teamwork and Innovation 2014
Tuesday, 09 December 2014 09:29

The Regional Media Centre Team won the Team Award outstanding team contributing to achieving the vision and mission of the Secretariat which is helping Pacific people achieve sustainable livelihoods. The work carried out by this team has no doubt helped bring sustainable development issues to the fore.


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The RMC team was nominated twice by Mr Gerald Haberkorn and Ms Vuki Buadromo. RMC comprises of a team of 7 very dedicated and committed people "Joji, Sylvia, Emily, Lauren, Kelepi, Lorima and Moala" who produce a weekly television show called, the Pacific Way. This television program has been broadcasting in the region for the past 19 years.

Ms Artack Wins Jimmie Rodgers Emerging Leader Award 2014
Tuesday, 09 December 2014 09:20

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Ms Emily Artack won the Jimmie Rodgers Emerging Leader Award. This award recognises the significant contribution and leadership she has demonstrated in the realisation of SPC’s vision and mission in serving our Pacific Islands Countries and Territories. The Emerging Leader award also pays tribute to Dr. Jimmie Rodgers for his outstanding leadership to the Pacific Community.

Emily Artack was nominated by Mr Mike Petterson – Director of Geoscience Division. She is currently the Maritime Boundaries Technical Officer for the regional maritime boundaries project, geoscience for development (formerly known as the Ocean & Islands Programme). She joined SPC in 2003 as a TRAINING MATERIALS DEVELOPMENT SPECIALIST for the Community Risk Programme (present Disaster Reduction Programme)

The Pacific Way TV show celebrates 20 years

22 April 2015, Suva


The Secretariat of the Pacific Community’s flagship TV show, The Pacific Way, marks a milestone of 20 years on air with its 2015 season premiere this Sunday.


What started as a trial for exchanging news stories, with just one tape being shared between TV stations in different Pacific Island nations, has evolved into a popular, weekly half-hour programme that is now distributed to 20 stations across the Pacific.


Community Radio Training of Trainers : Solomon Islands 2012
Thursday, 31 May 2012 14:42

Ten civil society leaders and broadcasters in the Solomon Islands were trained to be trainers in community radio with the hope that necessary skiils will be acquired to initiate and maintain self-sustaining community radio stations in their own districts. The training included the use of ICT in community radio delivery, development of relevant programming content, and the preparation of training programmes in order to conduct community radio training upon return to the their respective communities. The training was made possible with the support of the UNESCO-IPDC and UNDP. TOT_C_R_Honirara

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