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Part 1: Questionnaire on “Transmission of Information” in accordance with Articles 7 & 14 of the Waigani Convention

questionnaire trans-of-nfo waiganiconvSecretariat of the Convention to Ban the Importation into Forum Islands Countries of Hazardous and Radioactive Wastes and to Control the Transboundary Movement and Management of Hazardous Wastes within the South Pacific Region  ...

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Report of the Second Meeting of the Scientific and Technical Advisory Committee (STAC 2) of the Waigani Convention, 28-29 April 2008, Samoa

STAC2The Second Meeting of the Scientific and Technical Advisory Committee (STAC 2) of the Convention to Ban the Importation into Forum Island Countries of Hazardous and Radioactive Wastes and to Control the Transboundary Movement and Management  ...

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Report of the Second meeting of the Conference of the Parties to the Waigani Convention, 9 September 2004, French Polynesia

COP2The  Second meeting of the Conference of the Parties to the Convention to Ban the Importation into Forum Islands Countries of Hazardous and Radioactive Wastes and to Control the Transboundary Movement and the Management of Hazardous Wastes ...

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Report of the First Meeting of the Scientific and Technical Advisory Committee of the Waigani Convention

STAC1The First Meeting of the Scientific and Technical Advisory Committee (STAC 1) of the Convention to Ban the Importation into Forum Island Countries of Hazardous and Radioactive Wastes and to Control the Transboundary Movement and Management  ...

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Solid Waste Characterisation: Papua New Guinea

solid_waste_xterization_pngThe aim of the report is to present the results of the waste characterisation work carried out and to describe current waste management practices in PNG. The report also aims to formulate options and priorities ...

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Solid Waste Characterisation: Tonga

solid_waste_xterization_tongaThe aim of the report is to present the results of the waste characterisation work carried out while in Tonga and to describe the current waste management practices in Nuku'alofa. ...

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Solid Waste Characterisation: Kiribati

solid_waste_xterization_kiribatiThis is the final report for Kiribati, based on the findings of the fieldwork carried out by the author in South Tarawa from 1st – 15th September 1999. The aim of the report is to present the results of the waste characterisation work carried out  ...

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Solid Waste Characterisation: Tuvalu

solid_waste_xterization_tuvaluThe aim of the report is to present the results of the waste characterisation work carried out and to describe current waste management practices in Funafuti.The report also aims to formulate options and priorities for an integrated solid ...

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Waste Awareness Baseline Survey: Suva, Apia and South Tarawa

waste_awareness_baseline_survey_suva_apia_s.tarawaThe aim of the survey was to gauge the level of waste awareness in the general public, i.e. selected as the urban population of fifteen years of age and above. Care had to be taken for the sample group to be representative of the population...

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Solid Waste Characterisation: Fiji

solid_waste_xterization_fijiThis draft report only discusses some of the priorities and options that have been identified during the fieldwork in Fiji, that may be incorporated into the final solid waste management plan. Other issues such as institutional strengthening...

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Solid Waste Characterisation: Samoa

solid_waste_xterization_samoaThe aim of the report is to present the results of the waste characterisation work carried out and describe current waste management practices in Apia. The report also aims to formulate options...

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IWP 2nd Quarter Narrative Report (Oceanic Component)

IWP_second_quarter_reportThe main workload taken on during the second quarter by the Fishery Monitoring Supervisor was updating the observer database with the results of the evaluations which had been carried  out on the historical data during the previous six months...

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IWP 2nd Quarter Narrative Report (Coastal Component)

IWP_2nd_quarter_report_2004The Integrated Coastal and Watershed Management (ICWM) component of the International Waters Project (IWP) made reasonable progress during the three months to the end of June 2004. This is the 16th of 28 quarterly reporting periods ...

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MPR-3 Attach. E - Purpose of the MPR

GEF_attachment_EThe Multipartite Review is part of UNDP's monitoring and evaluation requirements. It is a meeting for all parties involved, in this case, the UNDP, the implementing agency and Focal Points as beneficiaries.

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MPR-3 Attach. F - MPR-3 Agenda

GEF_IWP_3rd_multipartite_reviewThis Report is an annual requirement for all UNDP-implemented Projects. Following a brief presentation by the Project Manager, Andrew Wright, MPR participants will be asked to suggest improvements, or propose refinements, to the Report. ...

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MPR-3 Attach. G1 - Country Statement, Cook Islands

cook_islands_country_statementSince the last meeting in Tonga, IWPCOOKS have completed its PPA workshop and have taken a two phase approach to the project. The workshop revealed as a possible underlying root cause to the problem of freshwater ...

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MPR-3 Attach. G3 - Country Statement, Vanuatu

vanuatu_country_statementThe report of the National Coordinator has provided the reason eloquently. Vanuatu's concern to the process of the scholarship is that the PCU through SPREP, should be responsible for organising the scholarship with ...

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MPR-3 Attach. I - Logframe ICWM Component

mpr-3 logic frameworkStrategic Action Programme (SAP) for the International Waters of the Pacific Small Island Developing States
Attachment 1: Logical Framework (ICWM Component Revised July 2004)

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MPR-3 Attach. G5 - Country Statement, Tonga

tonga_country_statementThe availability of baseline information has better equipped Tonga IWP to assess and select viable solutions that will address our priority concern. It is understood from the root causes analysis that some of the problems and solutions , ...

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MPR-3 Attach. G6 - Country Statement, Fiji

fiji_country_statementThe paper is two fold: i. briefly discuss the socio-economic characteristics of Fiji; and ii. inform members of the Third Multipartite Meeting of Fiji’s overall commitment towards International Waters Programme (IWP) at national policy level.  ...

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MPR-3 Attach. H - Summary of NCM-4

attchment_HThis Fourth National Coordinators meeting has now helped to clarify exactly what changes the pilot projects are trying to achieve. A two-day workshop, facilitated by monitoring expert, Dr Sango Mahantys ...

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MPR-3 Final Summary Record, International Waters Programme

IWP_3rd_multipartite_reviewOfficials and International Waters National Coordinators from 13 countries participated in the Third Multi-Partite Review (MPR-3) for the International Waters Project that is implementing the Strategic Action Programme (SAP) 

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MPR-3 Attach. A - Participants List

attachment_A_participants_list_MPR-3Participants List, MPR-3

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MPR-3 Attach. B - Welcome Remarks, Asterio Takesy

attachment_BIn considering community-level action, the Project has also been successful in encouraging us to pay more attention, and try and secure more resources, for understanding the social and economic factors that  ...

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MPR-3 Attach. C - Keynote Address, Hon. Tagaloa Tuala Tagaloa

attachment_COn behalf of the Government of Samoa I extend a very warm welcome to all of our overseas visitors to our beautiful country. I know many of you have been here before on International Waters or other business – ...

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MPR-3 Attach. D - Opening Remarks, Joyce Yu

attachment_DThe project has made the effort to build capacity at the local, national and regional levels on areas relevant to the project. These include capacity in social marketing, resource management and other key areas relevant to the objectives of the project. ...

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NCM-4 Attach. C1 - PNG NC Country Report

NCM-4_png_reportThe main outputs planned for this period were selection of pilot project site, community-wide awareness on the project, collection of baseline data and completion of participatory problem analysis. ...

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NCM-4 Attach. C2 - Fiji NC Country Report

NCM-4_fiji_reportWith the selection of Vunisinu as the pilot community in early 2003, outputs for the period between June 2003 and December 2003 were generally focused on raising awareness on IWP and finalizing administrative arrangements,  ...

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NCM-4 Attach. C3 - Kiribati NC Country Report

NCM-4_kiribati_reportTo identify and address root causes of wastes, potential pollutants to fresh and marine water quality. The work program anticipated for the period include; engagement of pilot host community, baseline and waste stream analysis ...

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NCM-4 Attach. C4 Palau NC Country Report

NCM-4_palau_reportWith the selection of Ngarchelong State and Madalaii Hamlet, Koror State as the two hosting communities for Palau's IWP project in middle of 2003. The National Coordinator has mainly focused on raising awareness of IWP  ...

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