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Traditional salt-making in Vusama Village


So we’re doing experiments and learning from them – but what comes after that?

As the new year gets off to an exciting start, the United Nations Development Programme’s 60 Accelerator Labs across the world are ready to unleash the full force of their intellectual capacity,…  


Can reviving traditional knowledge systems improve climate resilience for coastal villages?

As the Accelerator Lab Pacific continues its exploration of “Climate Security for Low-Lying Coastal Areas/Atolls”, references to cultural identity continued to emerge. Cultural identity for each…  


How to scale impact: thinking big

Achieving impact, even if limited, is not really difficult. There are enough people who donate a loose dollar, euro or franc for a good cause during the Christmas season. Many of these…  


Strengthening the role of meteorologists in the Pacific

Meteorologists play an important role in reaching global targets and providing support towards socio-economic development in the Pacific especially in the era of the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals…  


Climate-resilient development: the future of financing in the Pacific

UNDP, through the Governance for Resilience (Gov4Res) Project, will work with Pacific island governments to ‘risk-inform’ development financing and planning mechanisms so that countries can better…  


Science to Service - Weather and Climate Observations

Climate data can also be used by the Ministry of Health and Medical Services to investigate the correlation between increased flooding and waterborne disease outbreaks including malaria and dengue.…  


Integrating climate information into the decision-making process

The Fiji National Climate Forum currently underway in Nadi will focus on weather and climate predictions, identifying measures that can be taken by stakeholders to mitigate potentially negative…  


Infrastructure development transforms lives in rural communities in Pentecost

A new climate resilient infrastructure development at Bwatnapni, will allow residents in Pentecost in the Penama Province to access markets, safe and clean drinking water and an Evacuation Centre. The…  


UNDP and Stakeholders Validate Schools Re-thinking Plastic Initiative Final Report

Coping with increasing use of single plastic products and managing waste is a growing concern for Honiara city. As this trial shows, changing behavior and raising awareness offers new ways for…  

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