Green News: Apply to the “Project Governance Graduate Fellowship Application”
Apply to the PROJECT Governance Graduate Fellowship program! The PROJECT Governance Graduate Fellowship program (ProGov Fellowship) is designed to support promising young leaders from Pacific Island countries to earn a one-year professional degree at the…
Launch of Organic Learning Farm Centre boost agroecological approaches in Nauru's agriculture sector
Max Dowedia, farmer at the Nauru Organic Learning Farm Centre
Nauru 2021 population and housing census: Analytical report
The Nauru Bureau of Statistics today released an analytical report on the 2021 Population and Housing Census. It is one of the nation’s most comprehensive sources of population and housing information about Nauru. The report aims to give detailed…
Stat of the week : In Nauru, renewable energy is 3% of total energy (electricity) in 2019.
In Nauru, renewable energy was 3% of total energy (electricity) in 2019. The earth is our home, and we must take care of it every day to ensure a desirable future.
Securing Nauru's water lifeline for the most vulnerable people
Giving diamondback to the community: Nauru small boat fishers learn to target alternative species safely
Photo: The presence of diamondback squid in Nauru has been confirmed. Image: ©William Sokimi, SPC This story has been compiled as part of the Pacific Community's Fisheries Newsletter #169
Stat of the week: There was a 6.4% reduction in the age-standardised prevalence of tobacco use among men and women in Nauru between 2015 and 2020
There was a 6.4% reduction in the age-standardised prevalence of tobacco use among men and women in Nauru between 2015 and 2020. This is a significant progression for our own health and the health of our loved ones.
Stat of the week: In Nauru, 0.6% of the population (aged 5+) identified as having seeing disabilities in 2019
The 4th of January will be World Braille Day. In Nauru, 0.6% of the population (aged 5+) identified as having seeing disabilities in 2019. Seeing disability is defined as a decreased ability to see to a degree that causes problems not fixable by usual…
Nature-based solutions shared through organic farming exchange
Representatives from Fiji, Nauru, Tonga and Solomon Islands that are members of the Pacific Organic Learning Farms Network (POLFN) have shared experiences with their Pacific French speaking counterparts in an exchange that covered best practices in the…
The Pacific regional Nationally Determined Contributions Hub: mobilising statistics and data for good governance
Pacific decision-makers require reliable data to make well-informed choices. To plan and implement climate adaptation and mitigation activities, regional leaders are taking advantage of the Pacific Regional Nationally Determined Contributions Hub (NDC…