Enhancing Pacific climate resilience: Insights from NDC Hub climate finance training

In the Pacific islands, the adverse effects of climate change pose significant challenges to communities. Recent discussions have centred on improving access to finance to bolster climate resilience in the region.

Pacific Seeds for Life (PS4L): New Zealand partner trains scientists at CePaCT’s plant molecular lab to speed up diagnostics & genotyping processes

Pacific leads on delivering quality counselling services for survivors of gender-based violence

Kiribati has begun national consultations as part of a regional project to ensure consistently high quality standards for Pacific counselling services provided to survivors of gender-based violence and violence against women and girls.This week’s…

‘Water-smart’ taro varieties as the future of sustainable agriculture in the Pacific: Insights from CePaCT research

In pursuing sustainable agriculture amidst changing climate patterns, recent advancements in crop research have shed light on potential solutions. Through the project, "Identification of Drought-Tolerant Taro Varieties for the Pacific”, supported by the…

Research in Focus: Sprouting personalities: Semi, an advocate for crop genetic diversity

Deep in this forest that houses 2,400 plant and tree accessions and over 1,500 varieties of taro (edible aroids) is Semi Cakaunitavuki, a Senior Laboratory Technician in Germplasm Health at the Centre for Pacific Crops and Plants (CePaCT). Every day he…

Opening Remarks by Martin Chong at the Regional Community-Based Fisheries Management (CBFM) Workshop

Ladies and gentlemen, esteemed colleagues, and valued community members, Welcome to our important gathering today, where we focus on the critical role of Community-Based Fisheries Management (CBFM) in sustaining the vibrant coastal fisheries that…

Climate-smart strategies: sustainable coffee development in Papua New Guinea

A sustainable coffee development in Papua New Guinea (PNG), led by the Climate Change and Development Authority (CCDA) in collaboration with the Regional Pacific Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC) Hub, was the topic of a consultation held in Port…

Pacific Qualifications Recognition project: Building regional capacity in education quality to support improved recognition of Pacific qualifications

To improve Pacific graduates’ access to further education and skilled employment across the region and abroad, the Pacific Community (SPC) and the New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) have launched the Pacific Qualifications Recognition Project.…

How Arthur Mills reversed his life-threatening illness

Collaboration between NDC Hub and PCREEE enhances Marshallese Energy Policy for a sustainable future

The Republic of Marshall Islands (RMI) will embark on a transformative journey towards a more sustainable and resilient energy future through a collaborative effort between two SPC-hosted regional centres of excellence - the Regional Pacific NDC Hub and…
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