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The Wake up! project explained in 5 minutes
"Wake up !" or how to engage Pacific youth in efforts to control NCDs
Responsible sport fishing - Handling fish caught on surface lures and jigs
Produced by Nearshore Fisheries Development Section of the Pacific Community (SPC) and the Southern Province of New Caledonia. Scientific adverser: Michel Blanc, Nearshore Fisheries Development Adviser, Pacific Community (SPC) Emmanuel Coutures,…
An overview of RESCCUE’s actions in Fiji
RESCCUE Project, Fiji: "People's self-belief in strengthening their adaptive capacity and soci-ecological resilience"
Season's Greetings from everyone at the Pacific Community
Season's Greetings from everyone at the Pacific Community to our friends and extended family around the world. Our sincere thanks for your continued support throughout the past year and we look forward to working with you again in 2019.
RESCCUE Project in Vanuatu - Theme 3: Waste Management
RESCCUE Project in Vanuatu - Theme 4: Protect Marine Resources
RESCCUE helped develop a marine monitoring toolkit for the local communities in North Efate (Vanuatu) to use to manage their marine resources. The toolkit brings traditional knowledge, which is plentiful, and science together in a tool that is both…
RESCCUE Project - Theme 1: Efate Land Management Area (ELMA)
RESCCUE supported a rapid biodiversity assessment in the Efate Land Management Area (ELMA) in Vanuatu to help the Government of Vanuatu, SHEFA Province and local communities protect this area which provides key ecosystem services.
Wake Up! 2018: Engaging Pacific youth in efforts to control NCDs
The goal of the Wake up! project is to get younger generations involved in efforts to control non-communicable diseases (NCDs) by providing them with an opportunity to speak out on this topic through the media and the arts. Following the project’s…
Wake up! Engaging youth in non communicable disease prevention and control
The Pacific Islands are well known for their root crops, traditional meals and customary cooking styles. In this unique part of the world, food is often prepared by digging a hole in the ground and burying raw natural crops and meat or fish with hot…