Pacific Islands Emergency Services strengthened through partnership
Photo caption: Anthony Blake(middle) SPC PIEMA Officer hands over donated equipment to NFA Team Leader Lemeki Lenoa and Valelevu Station Firefighters The Queensland Ambulance Service (QAS) donated lifesaving equipment to support emergency management…
Refusing to disappear: How the people of Tukuraki became symbols of a Resilient Pacific
It has been a difficult five years for the people of Tukuraki. The village has faced three devastating natural disasters and suffered the loss of four of its people.
International Day for Disaster Reduction
Message from the SPC Director General on Disaster Risk Reduction #Throwback.
Pacific Community and World Food Programme strengthen cooperation
The Pacific Community (SPC) and the World Food Programme (WFP) have signed an agreement that aims to increase the effectiveness of their service in assisting Pacific Island countries and territories in achieving their resilience building and development…
Pacific Leaders united on call for action to address climate change and disaster risks
Pacific leaders today called for action to stem the tide of emissions and prevent Pacific Island countries from being devastated by disasters and climate change. President of the Republic of Kiribati H.E. Tenati Maamau whilst speaking at a Pacific…
Impact and lessons learned during TC Winston reviewed
The month of February marks the one year anniversary since tropical cyclone Winston, the strongest tropical cyclone to make landfall in the Southern Hemisphere, struck Fiji. During the past 12 months Fiji has made progress towards a full recovery.…
Zoom - Post-typhoon support from the Pacific Community
Community Health Assessment Team (L-R): Michelle Kukkun, Krystine Cangco, Tamson Silo, Liezel Cristobal, Pualani Palacios, Jessica Delos Reyes, Dr Paul White
Refurbished Emergency Operations Centres strengthen disaster response in Fiji
The newly refurbished Nadi District Emergency Operations Centre (EOC), and the Western Division EOC Planning Office and Divisional Controller’s Office in Lautoka, were opened today by Fiji’s Permanent Secretary for Rural and Maritime Development and…
Pacific Community recognised for geospatial innovation in disaster management
The Pacific Community (SPC) has been bestowed the Asia Geospatial Excellence Award this week (17 October) by GeoSmart Asia for the application of geospatial technology in Disaster Management.
Zoom - Marshall Islands Coastal Causeway Project Combats Climate Change
A new causeway built in a remote part of the Republic of Marshall Islands (RMI) has strengthened access between two sections of Woja Island facing severe coastal erosion. In recent years, the people of Woja Island, Ailinglaplap Atoll, had found it…