These result areas reflect the objectives of SPREP'S Pacific Regional Solid Waste Management Strategy 2010-2015:
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GEFPAS Project Timeline
 Year 1  Years 2 and 3 Year 4  Year 5
  • GEFPAS Project Management Unit established
  • Project Establishment
  • GEFPAS Project Steering Committee formed
  • Project Inception Workshop 
  • Project Workplan and Budget finalized
  • Pilot Sites project outlines finalised
  • Chemical Inventory Update and Laboratory Counts by PICs
  • Education and Awareness Proposals Developed by PICs
  • In-country Chemical Management Trainings (including Pesticide Registration System and Container Triple Rinsing Training) for 14 countries 
  • Regional Vocational Train the Trainers program on solid and hazardous waste & review of course
  • Development of National uPOPs Strategy annexed under the National Waste Management Strategy
  • Review of legislation and regulations relating to uPOPs and pesticide management
  • Niue Pilot Project on Composting and Separation
  • Kiribati Pilot Project on healthcare waste management
  • Marshall Islands PCB testing project
  • Samoa Used Oil Project
  • Baseline study of Pesticide Contamination
  • Establishment of Used Oil Steering Committees for 11 PICs
  • Completion of National Used Oil Audits and National Oil Management Plans for 11 PICs
  • Development and delivery of targeted education and awareness activities for used oil collection programmes to discourage Used Oil dumping
  • Feasibility study for pesticide container management
  • Pesticide container recycling pilot for Fiji, Tonga and Samoa 
  • Mid-Term Review and Audit
  • Regional repackaging, collection, shipment and disposal of obsolete chemicals for PICs
  • Chemical storage sites listed on FAO GIC Database 
  • Model Legislations for uPOPs and National legislations developed
  • Kiribati Health Care Waste Management Policy developed
  • Niue Waste Management Policy developed
  • Pilot Summary Report developed and disseminated
  • Awareness Campaigns on uPOPs completed for 14 Countries
  • Monitoring and Evaluation and Final Audit