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 Guam (902)

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TitleDescriptionCategoryTypeProject Year
Water Supply and Sanitation Preparation of Forward Plan A sector strategy and action plan, including the development of proposals, will be prepared to ensure that project activities continue beyond May 1994, using UN funds known to be available and other funds. Water and Sanitation (WS) Activity/Task 1994
Review of Guam Work Programme SOPAC's Deputy Director, Mr Jim Eade visited Guam to Guam on the 13th and 14th May is to discuss issues of concerns and changes that SOPAC is undergoing. The representative of Guam reaffirmed support for the objectives of SOPAC although Guam receives very little direct benefit and offers assistance to SOPAC in GIS development. Guam requests for possible training in Suva for one of their staff memebers in the use of your Geographical Information System (GIS). General (G) Technical Review 1993
Coastal Process Mapping Workshop Advanced mini-workshop on Coastal Mapping Techniques in Tonga was to further training of previous workshop participants from the earlier 1983 Vila Workshop. Two participants from Guam attended the Coastal Process Mapping Workshop from the May 21 - June 1, 1984. The workshop was co-sponsored by the United States Geological Survey with funding from USAID, SPREP, and Australia. A total of 19 trainees attended. Coastal Processes (CP) Workshop 1984
Coordination of Law of the Sea Related Issues in the SOPAC Region Issue papers and briefs on SOPAC activities relating to marine scientific research cruise activities [past and proposed], UNICPOLOS initiatives, BPoA+10 initiatives; the CROP Marine Sector Working Group, and IOC and ISA activities - All PICs. CROP Implementation of the Pacific Islands Regional Ocean Policy, with Ocean Forum convened and "Pacific Islands Ocean Framework for Action" developed; Report on ongoing planning and advice provided to all PIC's. Maritime Boundaries (MB) Activity/Task 2005
26th session of the SOPAC Governing Council and the 26th session of its Technical Advisory Group (TAG) The 26th session of SOPAC's Governing Council and its Technical Advisory Group was held in Nadi, Fiji and hosted by the Government of the Fiji Islands. The session was attended by members of the Commission was well as by the associate members of New Caledonia and Tahiti Niu. General (G) Meeting 1997
Energy Policy Statements To determine the level of assistance that might be required by memeber countries in the development and establishing a national energy policy statements, that will help in guiding government's in the planning and management of their energy sectors. Policy work is now been addressed by the PIEPSAP Project. Various assessments of the national energy sectors with in member countries has identified the absence of national energy policy statements and guidelines, and that this is one of the major constraints to the effective planning and management of their national energy sectors. This project was initiated in 1993/94 and member countries are now at different levels of progress with the development and adoption of their energy sector policies. The project is to provide on-going, in-country technical assistance as required to those countries that have not yet adopted their national energy policy statements and also to those that require their current policies to be reviewed. Energy (E) Policy and Governance 2000
Technical Summaries and Promotional Material Publication of Technical summaries and promotional materials. Uncategorised (UC) Activity/Task 1995
Pacific Water Association Annual Conference Support provided to PWA through participation in Annual General Meeting and related events such as the Pacific Partnership activities. Water and Sanitation (WS) Conference/Forum 2008, 2009
Small Energy Projects Program (SEPP) To provide a regional source of small, quick response, discretionary funds to assist the member countries in meeting the identified energy sector needs of the region, as they arise. SEPP is a well-established program that has been with the regional energy program since it was established. In the 1997 NZ review of the regional energy program, SEPP was highly commended for its usefulness to the region and was recommended that it be continue to be delivered with improved pre-feasibility and review processes applied to these projects against predetermined criteria. The SOPAC Energy Unit acknowledged the recommendations of the 1997 NZ review of the Core Energy Program and proposes to put more emphasis on monitoring and ensuring that current and proposed SEPP projects are successfully implemented, reporting completed and the projects are evaluated. Energy (E) Programme 2000
Limestone Geology and Water Resources in Guam An abstract of a presentation made to the STAR Meeting at the 22nd SOPAC Annual Session by Siegrist, H.G, 1993 (Water and Energy Research Institute of the Western Pacific, University of Guam, UOG Station, Mangilao, Guam). Limestone geology and water resources in Guam and in the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands (abstract) in Wheller, G.E. (Editor of Fiji MRD), Islands and Basins: Correlation and Comparison of Onshore and offshore geology. Uncategorised (UC) Study 1993
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