“The tree that heralds the forest”: INTEGRE and RESCCUE projects’ initial outcomes in New Caledonia’s Northern Province

4 October 2016, Touho

RESCCUEThe initial outcomes of environmental rehabilitation and invasive species control efforts by the Pacific Community (SPC) and New Caledonia's Northern Province through the INTEGRE and RESCCUE projects  are now visible in the Thiem watershed.


Strategic partnership to strengthen emergency management and resilience

4 October 2016, Port Vila

Firetruck-Vanuatu-MoUThe Government of Vanuatu and the Australian Capital Territory Emergency Service Agency (ACTESA) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding today to support the mutual exchange of technical assistance in emergency management and strengthen the long-term resilience of the Pacific Island country.

Vanuatu paravet trainees successfully complete summer school

1 October 2016, Port Vila

The Pacific Community (SPC) in collaboration with Vanuatu’s Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Forestry, Fisheries and Biosecurity (MALFFB) recently completed a paravet training course for 22 livestock and biosecurity officers.

Pacific highlights shipping as lifeline on World Maritime Day 2016

29 September 2016, Suva

maritimeOn World Maritime Day today, the Pacific Community (SPC) is joining with Pacific Island countries and territories to highlight the unique place of shipping in the region with the message: ‘shipping is the lifeline of Pacific Island countries and territories’.



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