Sharing disability inclusion advocacy experiences across the Pacific

Civil Society Organisations share best practices for better disability inclusion in the Pacific

The Pacific Community (SPC), in collaboration with the Federated States of Micronesia (FSM) National Government and the Kosrae State Government, held a Regional Disability Inclusion host exchang

Republic Of Marshall Islands Elections Authority endorses establishment of a Disability Access Working Group

In a historic move towards empowering persons with disabilities, the Republic of the Marshall Islands Elections Administration (RMIEA) has formally endorsed the establishment of a

‘Water-smart’ taro varieties as the future of sustainable agriculture in the Pacific: Insights from CePaCT research

In pursuing sustainable agriculture amidst changing climate patterns, recent advancements in crop research have shed light on potential solutions. Through the project, "Identification of Drought-Tolerant Taro Varieties for the Pacific”, supported by the…

Pacific Youth Council convening identifies priorities for youth development

As part of a regional convening, the Pacific Youth Council (PYC) and National Youth Council (NYC) representatives from 14 Pacific island countries and territories the need to strengthen collaboration, inclusi

Youth paving the ways of their future: The Pacific Youth Council

“We are not merely casting away the old, but we are embracing new and unconventional ways of inclusion, collaboration, and support.”  

Research in Focus: Sprouting personalities: Semi, an advocate for crop genetic diversity

Deep in this forest that houses 2,400 plant and tree accessions and over 1,500 varieties of taro (edible aroids) is Semi Cakaunitavuki, a Senior Laboratory Technician in Germplasm Health at the Centre for Pacific Crops and Plants (CePaCT). Every day he…

Launching of the Public Service Staff Manual and Groundbreaking of the Prime Minister's Office & PSC Complex

This press release was originally published on Vanuatu PM’s Office website

USAID and SPC support strengthening of Fiji's Human Rights Database and Complaints Management System

The Fiji Human Rights Commission staff recently underwent intensive training with a team from HURIDOCS, a leading human rights technology non-government organisation based in Geneva, Switzerland. The collaboration focussed on enhancing Fiji's human…

Strengthening sexual and reproductive health and rights in the Pacific

In the Pacific region, significant progress has been made towards achieving the Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) goals embedded in international commitments.
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