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Palau parallels other Micronesian islands, small and secluded, with an individual inner cultural homogeneity. Palauans  live in a complex and highly organised social system, characterised by strong family values demonstrated through the clear roles and responsibilities men and women play. | 25-Oct-2022
The Vanuatu Public Works Department (PWD) has increased its capability to design, construct and maintain resilient roads. | 25-Oct-2022
Community actions, cooperation and resiliency across agency and community groups involved in the “Building a Resilient Tonga” celebration reflect the community’s commitment to local development.  | 25-Oct-2022
Pacific history was made with the very first Pacific Virtual | 25-Oct-2022
The successful installation of a river monitoring station in the Sarakata river in Luganville, Espiritu Santo, Sanma Province, Vanuatu, is a step in the right direction for the establishment and institutionalisation of a | 25-Oct-2022
Pacific delegates are counting down to the UNFCCC COP27 in the city of Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt, keen to negotiate positions on the different thematic areas, to give our Pacific communities the best chance for 1.5 to stay Alive outcome. | 25-Oct-2022
The first physical meeting of the Pacific Island Regional | 25-Oct-2022
Representatives from the ten implementing countries of the Global | 25-Oct-2022
7 September 2022 - A structured dialogue between Solomon Islands stakeholders, the Green Climate Fund (GCF) and the Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme (SPREP) got underway in Honiara on 7 September 2022. | 17-Oct-2022
Pacific peoples retain their history, culture and traditions, and pass them on from generation to generation through songs, poetry, and stories. | 28-Sep-2022
As the clock ticks towards COP27 in the city of Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt, Pacific nations, who are the forefront of | 28-Sep-2022
A first in meeting mutual needs in the Kingdom of Tonga took place this week at a time when the nation is celebrating National Climate Change Awareness Week.   | 23-Sep-2022
The declaration of a La Niña for the third consecutive year in the Pacific by the World Meteorological Organisation (WMO) has come with a warning from the WMO Pacific Regional | 23-Sep-2022
The residents of Palau have benefitted from effective and low-cost, low-tech | 23-Sep-2022
Communication is key – especially when you are in the business of saving lives. | 23-Sep-2022
Loss and damage caused by the | 19-Sep-2022
On the margins of the 12thPacific Islands Conference of Leaders (PICL) a high-level women leaders’ dialogue has been held by the | 19-Sep-2022
The Pacific region is extremely vulnerable to natural disasters. Each year, the region faces economic losses amounting to USD 500 million. With climate change likely to continue, the magnitude of these disasters will only increase.  | 19-Sep-2022