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Objectives: To work with the SSGs at these two IBAs/KBAs and build on their enthusiasm and drive to protect their own forests. The short-term impacts of this project include the development of two community-based, community-monitored and community-managed Pas where the local people organised in two strong Site Support Groups, will benefit from sustainable agriculture and income-generating activities that are compatible with forest conservation.
Objectives: This involves the finalisation of the new national arrangements and supporting legislation which was initially drafted in 2006._x000D_
Objectives: Establishment and evaluation of a climate ready collection which consists of crops and varieties with climate tolerant traits, such as drought tolerance, salt tolerance etc
Objectives: The overall purpose of this project is to contribute to the conservation of forests in the Pacific, for the benefit of birds, other biodiversity, and people.
Objectives: To enable a rural Fiji community to witness the result of a good governance project through installation of village & school water tanks in the need to address water problems in the community.
Objectives: To raise awareness on good governance and promote inter-ethnic dialogue using water as a discussion issue within and between communities in Fiji.
Objectives: To strengthen primary school teachers’ delivery techniques of environmental education.
Objectives: enhance education for sustainability in Fijian primary schools
Objectives: Researching and Identifying Important Bird Areas; Assisting the technical training of Fijian conservationists in terrestrial conservation; Increasing awareness of conservation and ; The raising of resources for the sustainable management of IBAssustainable development across all sectors of society
Implementation of Comprehensive Hazard and Risk Management in Pacific Countries Contact: Mosese Sikivou
Objectives: Comprehensive Hazard and Risk Management or CHARM is a decision making tool that has been developed to assist the process of mainstreaming disaster risk management on an ‘all hazards’ basis across the region and to improve the capacity of individual Pacific island nations and communities to reduce their vulnerability and manage disasters when they occur. _x000D_