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Environmental and Social Impact Assessment for Funafuti, Nanumea and Nanumaga in Tuvalu

This Assessment has been prepared in response to Tuvaluan law and overall aim is to provide an Environmental and Social Impact Assessment for all project elements, including ancillary sites and…  


Tuvalu Coastal Adaptation Project empowering women and girls

Over the past years, there has been a great shift in the roles of Tuvaluan women at home, in the community, and at the national and international levels. Now, women are engaged as lawyers,…  


Tuvalu Country Preparedness Package

The Country Preparedness Package is intended to strengthen preparedness and collaboration between national and international actors in disaster response.  


Launch of the Managing Coastal Aquifer project

As we all know low lying, atoll islands, share similar challenges in terms of water security: Limited ground water resources, increased pressure from land use practices and vulnerability to impacts of…  


Rising to the challenge

Tuvalu a group of 9 atoll islands in the Pacific Ocean, has a large ocean territory adjoining Fiji, Kiribati, Wallis & Futuna and is home to 12,000 people.  


Tuvalu wields new data in the fight against climate change

If you’ve been following the news related to COVID-19, you will have heard the mantra “testing, testing, testing”. The understanding is, if we don’t know how the virus is spreading, how can we…  


“Climate Tragedy: If We Drown Tuvalu, We Drown the Entire World”

Tuvalu, a dot on the globe, but home to 11,500 people and 1000 km away from the next ATM , face an existential threat. Climate induced hazards such as rising sea levels, cyclones, tsunamis, droughts,…  


A Blended Methods Approach: Solutions Safari on Fongafale

The people of Tuvalu generally have a strong connection to their land. The local catch phrase in Tuvalu is that “Tuvalu is sinking, and it is slowly disappearing”. Seen from above; Fongafale - the…  


Solar Home Standalone System for Funaota

Nearly all households in Tuvalu including in the outer islands have access to electricity. However, this is not the case on Funaota islet that is part of Nukufetau atoll. The lack of electricity…  


Tuvalu Ridge to Reef Project

The project will work across 9 islands in Tuvalu on assessing natural resources status, rehabilitating damaged island and coastal ecosystems including forests, and improving or developing Locally…  

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