16 Results Found
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Description: Objectives To support the protection of Kimbe Bay’s abundant biodiversity from the effects of
Total Funding: 174,785
Description: Objectives Strengthen community and ecosystem resilience to climate change by reviving traditional landscapes and associated ecological knowledge to increase food, environmental, and economic security of communities.
Total Funding: 243,818
Mainstreaming Indigenous and Local Knowledge into Human Health Responses to Climate Change, Tuvalu and Solomon Islands
Total Funding: 250,000
Total Funding: 244,315
Description: Project Description
Total Funding: 16,000
European Union Pacific Technical and Vocational Education and Training in Sustainable Energy and Climate Change Adaptation
Finnish-Pacific Project to Reduce Vulnerability of the Pacific Island Countries' livelihoods to the effects of Climate Change
Description: The FINPAC Project will be unique in its staged approach, coverage, focus andÂ linkages across its suite of activities linked from NMS at the national level to users at the community levels.
Description: The objective of the project is to enhance the resilience of tourism-reliant communities to
Description: COSPPac works with Pacific Island stakeholders to analyse and interpret
Description: The Global
Total Funding: 14,750,000
Description: The PACCSAP programme (2011-2015) supported 14 Pacific Island countries to build resilience to current and future
Total Funding: 32,000,000
Description: Pacific Storms is focused on improving our understanding of patterns and trends of storm frequency and intensity - storminess - within the Pacific region.
Remote sensing mapping using Geographic Information System to map forest cover, agriculture, pasture, mangroves, plantations, coral reefs and water bodies and biodiversity.
Description: Such maps will allow the identification of the volume and location of specific agricultural products such as - for example - bread fruit and pandanus â which are critical to Pacific island
Total Funding: 4000000