Samoa advances developments in health information and digital systems

Meet Ulusapeti Tiitii, Samoa Principal Fisheries Officer at the Ministry of Agriculture & Fisheries

  Ulusapeti Tiitii, Principal Fisheries Officer at the Ministry of Agriculture & Fisheries in Samoa is attending the Gender & Social Inclusion (GESI) in Pacific Fisheries Symposium in Solomons today.

Paving the way for improved recognition of Pacific qualifications

In the Pacific, people frequently move between countries for work and study, both through labour mobility schemes and individual arrangements.

First EU-SAFE Steering Committee meeting marks progress in Pacific biosecurity and trade facilitation

Farmers at their Kava farm in Vanua Levu, Fiji. The first Steering Committee of the European Union (EU) funded project Safe Agricultural Trade Facilitation for Economic Integration in the Pacific (

Exploring the World of Psychometrics: improving the educational outcomes for Pacific students

Psychometric analysis is now increasingly being employed by Pacific Island countries to analyse student assessments and report on the key areas of education identified by the national governments of the region. To improve the standard of reporting using…

Samoa Independence Day 2024

Pacific leaders commit to championing children’s rights and give children the best World Children’s Day gift

This press release was originally written and published by UNICEF. Pacific leaders commit to championing children’s rights and give children the best World Children’s Day gift. United Nations Committee on the Rights of the Child Celebrates Positive…

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…

New Insights into Trade in Services in the Pacific

This content was originally published on the World Bank Website.

Stat of the week: In 2021, the female youth literacy rate in Vanuatu is 97.2%

In 2021, the female youth literacy rate in Vanuatu is 97.2% (96.6% for males). Literacy rate measures the percentage of people aged 15 to 24 years who can both read and write with understanding a short simple statement on their everyday life. Exlore…
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