UNDP and the Pacific Community signed a Letter of Agreement, cementing their mutual commitment to work together to improve Tuvalu’s resilience to coastal flooding under the Tuvalu Coastal Adaptation Project.
The National Public Health Laboratory and other government institutions will be able to improve country-based water quality monitoring with the handover of testing equipment today.
Since opening her first savings account in July 2017, Misa John has been actively saving about 400 kina a month.
Through support from the Pacific Financial Inclusion Programme, FijiCare launched its bundled microinsurance product in July 2017 initially covering 12,500 sugarcane farmers.
A new initiative designed to support marine ecotourism and the Sustainable Development Goal 14 was launched today, marking a new era in marine conservation.
Women’s economic activities using land resources are globally recognized as strong contributors to poverty alleviation and national economic growth.
A new set of national guidelines have been launched and a partnership announced between a local community group - Boutokaan, Inaomataia ao Mauriia Binabinaine Association (BIMBA) and the Ministry of Health, as part of efforts to strengthen the control, prevention and care for the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and other sexually transmitted infections (STIs) on the island nation.

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9,937,200

Population

31.4

Poverty rate

$2678.2

GNI per capita

0.645

Human Dev. Index

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