In the middle of the turquoise blue waters of the South Pacific Ocean fringed with coral reefs, the Mamanuca Islands are a world-class tourist destination, boasting 20 hotels and resorts.
These ‘south-south’ exchanges are a central part of UNDP’s parliamentary development work in the Pacific with the aim of improving legislative scrutiny and oversight of policies.
The United Nation’s Pacific Financial Inclusion Programme has announced the launch of its 2018 Reuben James Summerlin Scholarship for Pacific Islanders.
More than 20 women representing different communities in Tuvalu are engaged in a five-day capacity building session that aims to increase the interest and the level of participation of women in the upcoming general and local elections.
Sitting in their home in Vunavutu Village in Sigatoka, the Naibuka family were still coming to terms with the sudden death of their son only a week earlier, when they were startled by a beep on his mobile phone.
Not opting for a slower pace of life during their retirement years, Tonagafiti and Anglin have been working to educate their fellow citizens.
The support provided ensures that the next Parliament sitting which begins on Monday 5 March will go ahead as planned.

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9,937,200

Population

31.4

Poverty rate

$2678.2

GNI per capita

0.645

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