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Objectives: To complete awareness training workshops on behalf of the donor with an outcome of generating Water Management Plans and Water Monitoring Committees in communities identified by the donor as having water problems.
Objectives: to harness the skills and resources of the participating organisations to provide baseline and reef health data, training opportunities for local counter-parts and environmental awareness programmes, as a basis for an integrated approach to coral reef conservation in the Mamanuca Islands
Objectives: To work closely with the Site Support Groups for Vatu-i-Ra, Mabualau and the Ringgold islands to develop their capacities in monitoring and biosecurity, in management planning and PA development, and in implementing sustainable income-generating activities.
Objectives: Establish and conduct ecological monitoring of coral reef habitats and support the use of results in the dissemination, discussion and adoption of innovative conservation and management measures
Objectives: To examine the degree of genetic differentiation among distinct populations of fish collected from Indonesia, Papua New Conservation International Guinea and Fiji.
Marine Management Area Science : Socioeconomic and Governance Assessments and Socioeconomic Impacts of MMAs
Objectives: To assess the socioeconomic and governance effects of Locally Managed Marine Areas in Fiji
Objectives: Assisting SOPAC member countries assess their capacity to receive, communicate and respond effectively to tsunami warnings.
Objectives: The major objective of the Navua project is to strengthen local level risk management by building linkages between local government and risk sensitive community, improving preparedness mechanisms of communities and reducing flood risk in the Navua region._x000D_
PI-CPP Pilot Project: Impact of climate variability and climate change on water security- A case study of Vaturu dam in Fiji
Objectives: develop and validate a rainfall runoff model for the Vaturu Dam catchment against acquired inflow data; simulate the impact of various demand management scenarios on storage volume and dam reliability; and build local capacity in climate risk management through improved linkages between the National Meteorological Services and the water sector
Objectives: Providing the Pacific Island Countries (PICs) with disaster risk assessment tools and financial instruments to reduce their vulnerability to natural disasters. It is based on two main activities described below._x000D_