Gender and infant health handbooks among new releases

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You are invited to check out the latest publications for January – April 2021 from the Publishing Team. Among the new publications, FAME launched the Pacific handbook for gender equity and social inclusion in coastal fisheries and aquaculture, 2nd edition on International Women’s Day. The handbook contains material from a wide range of contributors with Pacific perspectives on how to successfully incorporate gender and social inclusion measures in community work.

PHD released its Pacific guidelines for healthy infants and children under five years of age: A handbook for health professional and educators. The handbook is designed to be culturally acceptable and relevant to families and populations of the region and complements two others that take the ‘life course’ approach to health as crucial to achieving better outcomes later in life.

We have a French manual with the latest guidance on FADs in the Pacific: Manuel sur les dispositifs de concentration de poissons (DCP) ancrés : informations actualisées sur le matériel techniques, les modèles et les méthodes de mise à l'eau des DCP en Océanie.

GEM’s climate change project adaptation project has come to an end. Earlier this year it released its concluding report titled End-Of-Project Evaluation Report for the Institutional Strengthening for Pacific Island countries to Adapt to Climate Change (ISACC) Project. The report includes lessons learned and ongoing challenges related to climate change adaptation.

The SPC Publishing Team

The Publishing Team is the coordination and production unit for all publishing services at SPC. We provide publishing project coordination and advice, editing, graphic art, design and layout, publishing formalities (including ISBN and CIP data), and printing and distribution services. The Publishing Team is responsible for the overall consistency and quality of SPC’s publications.

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