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 Federated States of Micronesia (1162)

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TitleDescriptionCategoryTypeProject Year
Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat (PIFS) - Japan (Diesel Training) Coordinated annual event. Participated in annual event. Summary report. Energy (E) Workshop 2006
Gender, Energy and Sustainable Development Inter-linkages between regional energy projects / programmes and gender established. Energy (E) Activity/Task 2008, 2009
Development of the Pacific Regional Framework for Action 2005 - 2015 As a result of the Review of the Yokohama Strategy and Plan of action a new International framework for Disaster Risk Reduction was agreed at the World Conference in Kobe and this formed the basis of the Development of a Pacific Regional Framework for Action 2005-2015. The purpose of this activity was to integrate the outcomes of the 2nd World Conference on Disaster Reduction into a Pacific Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction. Disaster Risk Management (DRM) Policy and Governance 2005
South Pacific Sea Level and Climate Monitoring Project [Phase IV] Support Maintenance and operations of SEAFRAME carried out in eight countries, with geodetic surveys and maintenance of CGPS sites completed in eight countries. Counterpart training for in-field activities (selected PICs); Database of data and information from SPSLCMP-IV Project established and updated in the SOPAC Geonetwork. Development and implementation of Communications Strategy; Regional Communications and Coordination of SPSLCMP. Coastal Processes (CP) Activity/Task 2008
Maritime Boundary Delimitation: Desktop Assessment SOPAC commissioned the services of the National Oceanographic Centre (NOC) in the UK to undertake desktop assessments for Palau, Federated States of Micronesia, Solomon Islands, Vanuatu, Kiribati and Tuvalu. SOPAC is currently in discussions with Ireland and Norway for both legal (Ireland) and funding (Norway) support for the submission phase. Maritime Boundaries (MB) Activity/Task 2006
Training and Technical Assistance The identification and provision of training attachments for PIC Nationals and provision of technical assistance as required and requested. Energy (E) Activity/Task 2004
Regional Wastewater Management Meeting The meeting was organised from 10-15 October 2001, in Majuro, Marshalls Islands, with the objective to discuss a draft policy statement on wastewater and to develop a regional framework for action. Water and Sanitation (WS) Meeting 2001
STAR Water working group recommendations At the 38th session held in Vanuatu. The group recognized (1) the importance of water resources management for sustainable development and for disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation, together with the link between this land resources management. (2) Impact of improved water supply, sanitation and hygiene to the reduction of the regional disease burden and the need for development of a Regional Indicator Framework for integrated water resource management including the required capacity building to support decision making at national and regional levels. (3) They recommend to council that whilst transferring it’s service delivery from SOPAC to SPC , all avenues are explored to ensure the recognition of water and sanitation by decision makers and that adequate resources are being mobilized to guarantee the ongoing regional support in water and sanitation for Pacific Island communities. General (G) Proposal 2009
Risky Business Newsletter The newsletter of the than Disaster Management Unit of SOPAC which was a bi-yearly production. The newsletter provided member countries of SOPAC updates of the activities of the Disaster Management Unit of SOPAC. Disaster Risk Management (DRM) Bulletin/Newsletter 1998
Assessment of precious red coral (Corallium) Resources The objective is to compile baseline data on red coral (Corallium) in the FSM, establishing information on the quantity and quality of available resources within the territorial waters. Minerals (M) Assessment 1992
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