Training for shipping of infectious substances is key to identifying health security risks
A series of trainings on shipping infectious substances is underway in the Pacific to help public health laboratories strengthen capacity and identify health security risks efficiently.
Open Data for Good Governance
Registrations are open for our 3-part Open Data for Good Governance data analysis and dissemination webinars. March 3, 10 & 17 (9-12 New Caledonia time) Learn more about the benefits and importance of Open Data, data analysis and dissemination.
Palau upholds gender equality, social inclusion in disaster risk management
Gender inclusion and Pacific values affirmed in new organic agriculture strategy launch
Gender inclusion and Pacific values affirmed in new organic agriculture strategy launch 23 November 2020 –
Access to clean, safe and resilient water to be boosted for Pacific communities
Access to clean and safe drinking water for 12,5000 people in Palau, the Republic of the Marshall Islands and Tuvalu will be boosted after the launch of a new USD 5.2million water security project today.
UNDP-SPC partnership set to make immediate impact on quality and accessibility of Pacific data
The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the Pacific Community (SPC) today launched a new partnership which will strengthen regional efforts towards achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and support the national development…
2019 delivers milestone graduation for Pacific environmentalists
Over 30 Pacific Island environmental practitioners and government officials from 14 countries received post graduate certificates in Ridge to Reef Sustainable Development from James Cook University ahead of their formal graduation in Townsville,…
Atoll Adaptation Dialogue
One day scientific focused session on key areas relevant to countries and a determination of what the next steps are in terms of progressing the case of atoll nations at national, regional and international levels
Development minerals report will help guide sustainable use of Fiji’s georesources
These minerals we use to build our homes, schools, roads, water systems and just about every type of infrastructure you can think of, are critical for the Pacific. We use them to treat our soil and increase agricultural yields, to protect our coastlines…