The NDC Hub launches 10-year Strategy for Climate Action in the Pacific

  The NDC Hub launches 10-year Strategy for Climate Action in the Pacific  

PW Podcast S03-E03: Inside the Salad Bowl

Sigatoka Valley is known as the 'Salad Bowl' of Fiji proving a majority of the islands fresh fruits and vegetables. But this highly fertile region also attracts hungry pests eager to take a bite out of the bowl.  The Pacific Community through its Land…

Podcast: S03-E02: Finding Tokelau's underground treasure

Tokelau is one of the smallest and most remote nations in the world, consisting of three coral atolls in the middle of the Pacific Ocean where clean drinking water is scarce. After years of research and field investigations, the Pacific Community’s…

Tonga strengthens its medical laboratory handling services through certification of key officers

Tonga strengthens its medical laboratory handling services through certification of key officers  

Pacific Islanders enrolled in postgraduate certificate for radiology

A group of 22 radiologists from 7 Pacific Island Countries and Territories (PICTs) are undertaking a Postgraduate Certificate in Radiology Fundamentals, in another step to broaden the region’s medical expertise. The Pacific Community (SPC) with funding…

Palau upholds gender equality, social inclusion in disaster risk management

Green News: Pacific Islands biodiversity is one of the world's most precious resources

Green News series: Pacific Islands biodiversity is one of the world's most precious resource Pacific Islands biodiversity is one of the world's most precious resource and yet, one of the most fragile. Hosting up to 75% endemic species and 5 biodiversity…

Reflection on 2020- COVID challenges and impacts: PW Podcast S03-E01

Bula, bon jour, and welcome to a new season of the Pacific Way Podcast.

Protecting the diversity of coconuts in the Pacific islands

Researchers in the Pacific recently travelled to a remote island in Fiji to collect endangered coconut specimens as part of an ACIAR-supported project ­­­to conserve the plant’s genetic diversity. Coconut palms, commonly referred to as the ‘Tree of Life…

SPC Talks: The role of Statistics in Pacific development programmes

In this conversation from the "SPC Talks" series, Alison Carrington, Australia's Consul-General in Noumea, Dr Stuart Minchin, SPC Director-General and Epeli Waqavonovono, Director of the SPC's Statistics for Development Division discuss the role of…
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