Tuvalu Independence Day 2024
Stat of the week: In Tuvalu, 6% of children (00-04) were moderately or severely stunted in 2020
In Tuvalu, 6% of children (00-04) were moderately or severely stunted in 2020. Did you know? The 20th of November is World Children's Day, a day to promote international togetherness and awareness among children worldwide and improve children's welfare (…
Follow-Up Visits by the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child
Photo: Children from Schools in Samoa participating at the CRC84 event in 2020 in Samoa Three years after its 84th Extraordinary Outreach Session in Apia, Samoa, the Committee on the Rights of the Child (CRC Committee) is returning to the Pacific to…
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…
CRGA53 and 13th Conference of the Pacific Community: Highlights of the Meetings
The Pacific Community was pleased to welcome Government Officials from across the Pacific, along with members of international organisations, civil society groups, and local groups to Noumea, New Caledonia, for the Pacific Community’s (SPC) 53rd meeting…
Opening Statement at the 13th Conference of the Pacific Community By Hon. Panapasi Nelesone, Minister for Justice, Communication and Foreign Affairs, Tuvalu
Vice President of the Federated States of Micronesia, Deputy Prime Minister of Vanuatu, Honourable Delegates, Excellencies, Distinguished Guests, Partners, ladies and gentlemen Talofa and warm greetings.
Tuvalu biosecurity officers empowered in pest surveillance and monitoring to combat fruit flies
Fuelling Tuvalu's sustainable energy aspirations
Tuvalu launches world-class coastal hazard modelling tool in the face of growing climate impacts
This article was originally published on UNDP.
Stat of the week: In Tuvalu, the unemployment rate was 24% in 2017
In Tuvalu, the unemployment rate was 24% in 2017. Tuvalu's main industries are fishing and tourism, and the country also exports small quantities of copra (dried coconut meat from which oil may be extracted).