COVID-19: Pacific Community Updates

This page will be regularly updated as new information is received  The COVID-19 (COrona VIrus Disease 2019) outbreak was declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO) on 11 March 2020. Globally, nations are taking actions to reduce and …

Oceania Geospatial Symposum (OGS) 2022

​The first Oceania Geospatial Symposium (OGS) will take place in Noumea from the 28th of November to the 4th of December. Pre-registrations are now open! Take profit from this early timing to organize your agenda in advance the best and from the first…

The Ocean and I are One: Pacific values for healthy Pacific futures

Join a panel discussion with a Pacific minister and senior Pacific officials sharing how futures thinking and foresight is being applied for economic recovery, future prosperity and the well-being of the Blue Pacific region. Panelists will share their…

Tech&Bio International Trade Fair 2022

​Tech&Bio represents a unique opportunity to discover all the new organic and alternative farming techniques. The fair is for all professionals involved in agriculture: farmers committed to organic farming or not, teachers, students, researchers,…

The Pacific Community Governance Compendium 5th edition

Good governance provides an important foundation for any organisation. It builds trust, accountability and enables a participatory and inclusive decision-making process, resulting in better outcomes for its members and the increased confidence of our…

Webinar IFRI-SPC : Climate change: the Pacific Islands Countries, 7 years after the Paris agreement

The Pacific Islands countries (PICs) were the first to ratify the Paris climate accords in 2015. Indeed, they are particularly vulnerable to the multiple impacts of climate change (more frequent and more intense natural disasters, rising sea levels,…

Papua New Guinea Independence Day

SPC's 75th Anniversary: In 2010, The South Pacific Board for Educational Assessment merges with SPC and becomes SPC's Educational Quality and Assessment Programme

In 2010, the South Pacific Board for Educational Assessment merges with SPC and becomes SPC's Educational Quality and Assessment Programme (EQAP). 

From SOPAC to SPC's Geoscience, Energy and Maritime Division: The Pacific Community at 75

The GEM Division was officially created in late 2017 after the merge of SPC’s Geoscience and Economic Development Divisions. This brought together the work across SPC in renewable energy, maritime safety & transport, disaster risk reduction, hazard…

Pacific Community Results Report 2021

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