3rd Executive Board Meeting - Thursday 8th and Friday 9th of September 2022
30 May -1st June 2022 | Grand Pacific Hotel, Suva
The ABS Regional Technical Cooperation is a systematic coordination of technical support and facilitation of assistance from SPREP for the Pacific Island Countries.
The ABS Regional…
For Pacific island Members, the economic, social, and environmental costs of climate change and disasters are high and forecast to increase. As coordinator for climate change action in the region…
Healthy ecosystems are foundations for sustainable development and adaptation and resilience to climate change. The Pacific islands region has one of the richest complexes of marine and…
SPREP has the lead responsibility for regional coordination and delivery of waste management and pollution control action and uses the strategic management framework, Cleaner Pacific 2025, in…
This year, SPREP is celebrating the 30th anniversary of the
Decreased marine litter within the coastal environments of Pacific island countries by reducing the availability of select categories of problematic single-use plastics from household and tourism sources (i.e.
The main objective of the project is to increasing the resilience of the Pacific Islands through strengthening their capacity for the utilization of high quality climate prediction information – The project aims to build
The specific objective of the B1 component is to support capacity building and project development and implementation for PICTs and SPREP programmes in the framework of Component B2 of the Kiwa Initiative (regional projects).
Invasive species are managed to enhance the protection, resilience and restoration of ecosystem services and terrestrial biodiversity.
Reduce the threats from Invasive Alien Species (IAS) to terrestrial, freshwater and marine biodiversity in the Pacific by developing and implementing comprehensive national and regional IAS management frameworks
The Project will build the technical capacity in Vanuatu to harness and manage climate data; develop and deliver practical Climate Information Services (“CIS”) tools and resources; support enhanced coordination and dissemination of tailored inform
The overall objective of the project is to reduce the vulnerability of the selected communities to risks of water shortage and increase adaptive capacity of communities living in Woleai, Eauripik, Satawan, Lukunor, Kapingamarangi, Nukuoro, Utwe, M
PACRES aims to ensure better regional and national adaptation and mitigation responses to climate change challenges faced by Pacific ACP countries.
PACRES has six Key Result Areas (KRAs)