• The REACH Project aims to promote peace building, social cohesion and inclusiveness.

  • The Climate Early Warning Systems in Pacific Island Countries aims to enhance the adaptive ability of the Governments of the Cook Islands, the Federated States of Micronesia, Kiribati, Nauru, the Republic of the Marshall Islands, Solomon Islands and the Kingdom of Tonga to prepare, respond and recover from climate-related disasters.

  • How do men and women use their time?

    This time-use study was conducted in Tuvalu in April 2013. The approach involved one-on-one interviews, recording what the person did for every half hour throughout a 24-hour day

  • Action for the Development of Marshall Islands Renewable energies

    The Marshall Islands is currently heavily dependent on imported fossil fuels for its energy supply, with petroleum accounting for more than 85% of the country’s commercial energy consumption.

  • Enhancing youth participation and leadership in Fiji

    Youths make up one-third of Fiji's population and have the potential to make a difference in the community, improve current living standards and increase access for all in the development process.

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