Assisting Yap State manage water supply through the current drought
SPC and water authority staff measuring water levels in a monitoring bore.
Seeds Handover to Fiji Government and Launch of New Regional Initiatives Supported by MFAT and DFAT
This week the Pacific Community (SPC) handed over 350kg vegetable seeds and 400 tissue culture plants to the Fiji Ministry of Agriculture (MOA). The event was part of Pacific Seeds for Life (PS4L) and represented the projects first contribution towards…
Safety and compliance training will help Tongan electrical contractors support post-COVID tourism recovery
TC Harold hit Tonga on 9th April with estimated damages of about USD111 million, coming largely from the tourism sector. Tonga remains COVID-19 free but the pandemic, combined with the disaster recovery efforts has taken its toll on the tourism industry.
SPC Food Systems for Health and Nutrition Integrated Programme successfully completes online design workshop series
Participants of the Food Systems for Health and Nutrition integrated programme workshop series on Zoom. (Ed Boydell) Reflections by Karen Mapusua - Manager Operations at SPC’s Land Resources Division (LRD)
Supporting a more integrated approach to disaster management in the Pacific
Women influencing healthy lifestyles while building climate resilience in the Marshall Islands
Skilling Pacific communities for resilience
How do you upskill Pacific communities to take care of themselves during extreme weather events? And how do you get them to harness their traditional knowledge and skills in adapting to climate change?
Access to regular power improving health, education and community engagement in remote islands of Kiribati
EQAP launches e-learning site for regional Year 13 certification programme
The Educational Quality and Assessment Programme (EQAP) has launched its online learning platform for the Year 13 students who undertake the South Pacific Form Seven Certificate (SPFSC) programme.