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Pacific Climate Change Programme: Strengthening THE Capacity of Pacific Development Member Countries to Respond to Climate Change (SCPDMCRCC)
Objectives: to ensure the continued economic growth of Pacific DMCs in the face of global climate change, by reducing their vulnerability to its risks and impacts
Objectives: The PDRMP-2 aims to improve the capacity and performance of local and national disaster management agencies, develop and adapt training materials relevant to the region, and strengthen the capacity of South Pacific nations to organise and conduct disaster management courses.
Objectives: Installing monitoring systems to collect water resource data, fundamental to any water resource related project; you cant manage what you don’t measure!_x000D_ - Water Resources assessment in major rivers_x000D_ - Water Resources databases_x000D_ - Flood monitoring and forecasting_x000D_ - Drought monitoring and forecasting_x000D_ - Groundwater monitoring and assessment_x000D_ - Water quality monitoring and assessment_x000D_
Objectives: 1. For Fiji representatives to the summit to receive training on how to communicate the science and impacts of climate change and motivate audiences to take action on climate change with an emphasis on grassroots adaptation options 2. engage the public through presentations, news media, individual conversations, and grassroots advocacy and activism so that they will make informed choices about public policy matters related to climate change 3. Partake in promoting local, national and regional initiatives to strengthen responses to climate change and practical adaptation solutions.
Objectives: The purpose of the Pacific Platform for DRM is to provide a comprehensive forum for exchange and sharing of experiences within the Pacific, in relation to policy and operational aspects of disaster risk reduction, disaster management, and the link to climate change adaptation. The Pacific Platform seeks to harmonise existing regional mechanisms for DRM and serves as the link between Pacific Island Countries and the Global Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction. It is co-convened by SOPAC and UNISDR._x000D_
Objectives: Establish a Pacific regional disaster loss database using the DesInventar methodology covering 22 Pacific island countries and territories: American Samoa, Cook Islands, Federated States of Micronesia, Fiji, French Polynesia, Guam, Kiribati, Marshall Islands, Nauru, New Caledonia, Niue, Northern Mariana Islands, Palau, Papua New Guinea, Pitcairn, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Tokelau, Tonga, Tuvalu, Vanuatu, and Wallis and Futuna.
Objectives: Understand how existing policies contribute to the resilience of the tourism sector to adapt to climate change, develop a vulnerability/resilience framework that is suitable for the tourism sector, and assist the tourism sector to develop adaptation strategies.
Objectives: The aim of this project is to gather information, and to find nesting burrows of petrels within the KBA on Kadavu. This, in addition to the establishment of artificial burrows will allow nest protection and local rat control to be initiated. The project will implement education and raise awareness about petrel conservation in Nabukelevu, around Kadavu, and across Fiji in general.