SOPAC Compendium Project
SOPAC Compendium Project
 Compendium
Digital collection of the entire body of knowledge of CCOP/SOPAC from 1972 to 2010

Listing Projects - Country of Fiji Islands (1980)

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TitleDescriptionCategoryTypeProject Year
Earth Science and Marine Geology Course- Instructors Report The principal objective of this course is to bring the participants, who come from a wide range of backgrounds and experience, to a common level of knowledge. Participants must be nominated by their governments and be employed at the technical or field assistant level in the general area of earth sciences either in the public or private sector. General (G) Report 1993
Wainimala Integrated Catchment Management Plan Workshop This workshop was the final step to consultancy work on the emergency flood protection works for the Wainimala River Catchment area CRP undertook with key Government of Fiji departments: the National Disaster Management Office (NDMO) of the Ministry of Home Affairs, and the Land & Water Resource Management Unit of the Ministry of Agriculture, Sugar and Land Resettlement. The workshop was held from 23- 24th September 2004 at the Forum Secretariat, Suva, Fiji. Disaster Risk Management (DRM) Workshop 2004
Gender and Energy Sustainable Development Workshop Meeting arranged and convened and summary record and record prepared. Energy (E) Meeting 2004
Support to Member Countries on Law of the Sea Related Issues The Law of the Sea came into force in November 1994. Article 76 makes provisions for countries to claim jurisdiction over their continental shelf where the definition of which involves compilation and acquisition of marine geology data. The objective is to help member countries compile data sets to support their claims. Maritime Boundaries (MB) Project 1997
Application of high resolution space borne radar image data In January 2009 two large troughs of low pressure passed across Nadi resulting in extensive flooding.SOPAC ordered 3 metre resolution satellite radar data, which were downloaded 12 hours after recording. The processing of maps at 1:10,000 scale to show the flooded areas required 4½ days to prepare. Through new methods of radar analysis this could be reduced to about 2 hours. Geographical Information Systems/Remote Sensing (GIS) Equipment 2009
Assistance to Fiji's water resources SOPAC provided assistance to MRD with groundwater assessment and development, and to PWD with related water sector activities. As a follow-up to a trip to Kadavu an engineering report on a water supply system was provided to villages on Kadavu. Water and Sanitation (WS) Activity/Task 1999
New Equipment Maintain up-to-date information on new equipment developments and assist in the purchase of new equipment to maintain an effective field operating capability as required to carry out the SOPAC Work Program. Uncategorised (UC) Equipment 1995
Energy Information Awareness and Dissemination The publishing and distribution of energy information on a regular basis. Energy (E) Activity/Task 2005
Pig Farming Contamination of Water Resources The UNEP Global Programme for Protection of Marine Environment from Land-based sources of Pollution (GPA), Fiji Ministry of Agriculture and Department of Environment, and SOPAC were developing a demonstration and training facility for ecologically sound farming practices in close collaboration with Xiamen University (China). The goal of the project was to minimise nutrient release from pig waste through piloting technologies currently used in a Chinese “Model” Piggery and to gauge the usefulness of these in Fiji & the Pacific. The training was carried out from 20 - 27 January 2007. National counterpart staff trained in critical aspects of piggeries wastewater management through exchange with China. Demonstration piggery system in development in Fiji. Water and Sanitation (WS) Activity/Task 2007
CSD 14 & 15- Energy for sustainable development, industrial development, air pollution/ atmosphere and climate change (1) Provide a coordination role for the preparation of a regional position paper that will contribute towards a regional submission to the CSD Secretariat. (2) Provide support to the New York based PIC missions at the CSD14 & 15. (3) Provide support as required to National initiatives in regard to the CSD processes Energy (E) Policy and Governance 2006
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