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Strengthening Multi-Hazard Early Warning Systems in Tonga and Samoa

Senior officials from technical agencies from Samoa and Tonga representing their respective meteorological, hydrological and disaster management offices gathered in Nadi, Fiji, from 7-8 October 2019, for a technical meeting focusing on implementation of…

5th Pacific Geospatial and Surveying Council Meeting

​The Pacific Geospatial and Surveying Council brings together regional experts, practitioners, and heads of surveying, geospatial information management, and hydrography to report progress against the PGSC Strategy (2017-2027), conduct council business,…

COSPPac2 Steering Committee Meeting

​Since its inception in 2012, COSPPac has worked to build the capacity of Pacific meteorological services and other relevant agencies to understand and apply climate, ocean and sea level information for the benefit of island governments and communities.…

COSPPac2 Annual Planning and Progress Review Meeting

​Since its inception in 2012, COSPPac has worked to build the capacity of Pacific meteorological services and other relevant agencies to understand and apply climate, ocean and sea level information for the benefit of island governments and communities.…

Exchange of maritime boundaries data to boost fisheries monitoring, control and surveillance in region

Photo Caption: Solomon Islands patrol boat (03) closely monitoring a Vietnamese vessel (blue boat) which was caught fishing illegally in the Solomon Island waters in 2018.

Assisting Yap State manage water supply through the current drought

SPC and water authority staff measuring water levels in a monitoring bore.

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.

Tropical Cyclone Harold provided invaluable data for future disaster response and planning

Good data is at the heart of planning for and responding to natural disasters in the Pacific. The region has invested heavily in tools to monitor changes in the environment, and be better prepared for the extreme conditions that can threaten Island…

Supporting a more integrated approach to disaster management in the Pacific

Women influencing healthy lifestyles while building climate resilience in the Marshall Islands

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