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Leadership programme to boost Pacific Island fisheries sector
Leadership programme to boost Pacific Island fisheries sector 21 January 2019
Signature of a historic Pacific-European Union Marine Partnership (PEUMP)
Today, the Forum Fisheries Agency (FFA), the Pacific Community (SPC), the Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme (SPREP) and The University of the South Pacific (USP) signed a landmark agreement with the European Union to help promote…
Tuna Fisheries Are Vital To Our Blue Continent
The fish that thrive in our waters are of great importance to Pacific Island countries. Shared stewardship of the Pacific Ocean and maintaining regional solidarity as one “Blue Continent” will ensure this resource continues to make a significant…
Council of Regional Organisations of the Pacific (CROP) Turns 30
The Council of Regional Organisations of the Pacific (CROP) celebrates its 30th Anniversary this year. The CROP was first endorsed by Pacific Islands Forum Leaders in 1988 as an overarching committee for regional organisations in the Pacific. Its…
49th Pacific Islands Forum
Nauru will host the 49th Pacific Islands Forum (PIFS) and related meetings from September 3rd to the 6th 2018. The Government of Nauru has chosen “Building a strong Pacific: Our Islands, Our People, Our Will” as the theme for this year’s gathering. https…
CROP Agencies unify to support Pacific countries recover and rebuild after Cyclone Pam
JOINT PRESS RELEASE - CROP Agencies unify to support Pacific countries recover and rebuild after Cyclone PAM.
Council of Regional Organisations meeting in Noumea
Heads of Pacific Islands regional organisations met over the past two days to strategize for a strengthened Pacific regionalism, marking an important milestone in the history of regional coordination and practice.
Study shows importance of tuna for public health in the Pacific
In the ongoing battle against obesity, heart disease and diabetes in the Pacific region, a new study reveals that allocating sufficient tuna for local consumption and keeping it affordable could significantly improve health outcomes.