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Build forward better: community members to benefit from training for TC Harold recovery

In an effort to upskill the capacity of villagers in Kadavu affected by Tropical Cyclone Harold and the COVID-19 pandemic, the Fiji National University will convene a Sustainable Livelihood Technical…  


Why my work at UNDP is a passion. A personal story as a member of a traditional fisher tribe.

Confucius once said, “Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life”. I love and enjoy the work I do, especially since through our UN Development Programme projects, we…  


Tonga youth take lead in disaster risk management

The involvement of youths as agents of change during early recovery efforts strengthens disaster resilience and preparedness, is a step in the right direction to achieve a sustainable future for all…  


Gender Equality and Social Inclusion critical components in Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change in FSM

Sixty-one participants from key national and state government agencies and civil society organizations in the Federated States of Micronesia gathered for a three-day workshop on Gender Equality and…  


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.  


Climate action builds momentum in the Pacific amidst COVID-19

Many countries across the globe are beginning to resurface from lockdowns and strict social distancing measures, confronting the three-dimensional effects (social, economic, and environmental) of the…  


SGP support six communities to tackle environmental threats

Many communities in the Solomon Islands face unique challenges in the protection, management and sustainable use of environmental resources.  


Life after Ambae volcanic eruption

Three years after the Manaro Voui crater volcanic eruption in Ambae, Vanuatu in 2017, some Ambae families are still displaced in nearby Santo and Maewo islands with very little to return to and…  


Strengthening disaster logistic capability at the Western border

The National Disaster Management Offices in Western and Choiseul Provinces, Solomon Islands, have received two 23-foot fibreglass boats, two 60 horsepower outboard motor engines, life jackets and…  


United Nations launches pioneering Climate Security Project in the Pacific supported by UN SG’s Peacebuilding Fund

The UN in partnership with the Governments of Kiribati, Tuvalu and the Marshall Islands launched a groundbreaking cross-border Climate Security Project in the Pacific. The USD $3.2 million project is…  

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