Young people’s right to be heard, our responsibility to listen

Young people’s right be heard, our responsibility to listen Today the Pacific Community is joining our friends and partners from across the region and around the world in marking International Youth Day. The day has a special significance in the Pacific…

Pacific response to COVID-19 is demonstrating power of regionalism

Health supplies being loaded for PNG as part of the PHP-C The Pacific Heads of Health recently held a virtual meeting under the shadow of COVID-19. The tone was understandably sombre and serious. The crisis being faced across the globe has certainly not…

2020 World No Tobacco Day Focuses on Youth

2020 World No Tobacco Day Focuses on Youth Tobacco is a preventable risk factor for many non-communicable diseases (NCDs) such as cancer, lung and heart diseases. Despite these well-known facts, tobacco use remains high globally and is a major risk…

Dr Stuart Minchin, SPC Director-General: With the crisis, we’re learning new ways of working

"Working from home, but open for business" by Stuart Minchin, SPC's Director-General

In these times of great uncertainty for the Pacific, I would first like to reaffirm our commitment, alongside our CROP partners, to supporting our member countries and territories in coping with the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Universal access to water and sanitation key to building a resilient Pacific

Universal access to water and sanitation key to building a resilient Pacific   By Dr Stuart Minchin, Director-General Pacific Community (SPC) This World Water Day, more than a million Pacific Islanders are waking to the task of collecting drinking water…

Dr Stuart Minchin, new Director-General of SPC: I want to start a journey

Pacific High-Level Dialogue on Water and Sanitation- Remarks by Dr Colin Tukuitonga

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We know what Diabetes is- Let’s curb it

We know what Diabetes is- Let’s curb it The Pacific region continues to advocate for a holistic approach with its efforts to addressing diabetes, an increasing catastrophe in the region other than extreme weather events. 14th November every year, marks…

Science is key to solving our climate change challenges

Science, and the rigorous examination and evaluation of data, is the foundation of modern society. In the harnessing of electricity, the exploration of space, the elimination of polio, or the development of the internet, to name a few examples, we have…
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