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 Marshall Islands (1246)

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TitleDescriptionCategoryTypeProject Year
Pacific Power Association (PPA) Annual Conference SOPAC participated at 16th Pacific Power Association (PPA) Conference held in Majuro, Marshall Islands and hosted by the Marshall Energy Company (MEC) from 6 to 10 August, 2007. Presentation prepared and delivered. Energy (E) Conference/Forum 2007
Promotion and Technology Transfer (continued) Promote technology transfers through the use of various publication systems and methods. Information Communications and Technology (ICT) Activity/Task 2001
Supply of Digital World Wave Atlas Have available at the Secretariat, the use of the digital world wave atlas for training purposes. Energy (E) Activity/Task 1997
GEF – Energy Efficiency in Transport Sector (Concept Paper)` The development and submission to the GEF of a regional concept paper for the transportation sector. Energy (E) Activity/Task 2003, 2004
Pacific Islands Regional Maritime Boundaries Project Considerable progress has been made towards the consolidation of the Maritime Project during 2004 with the information system (PIRMBIS) now fully operational, with maintenance and data entry well underway. As part of the efforts to develop in-country capacity , two workshops for survey personnel from Fiji, Samoa, Tuvalu and Niue; and Papua New Guinea, Tonga, Solomon Islands, Vanuatu and Marshall Islands respectively were held on PIRMBIS and the use of the translation tool MarZone (University of Melbourne programme) utilising in- country survey, map data and incorporate archipelagic baselines. 1) Reports and data from baseline surveys, to define maritime boundaries, in selected PICs from the following - CK, FSM, MH, SI, VU. 2) Counterpart training for in-field activities (selected PICs). 3) Maps, GIS coverage of data and information collected for maritime boundaries delimitation, with Regional Maritime Boundaries Database designed and developed - Regional. 4) Professional Development Programme for strengthening legal and negotiation skills of advocates, for maritime boundary delimitation All PICs. 5) Desktop studies for Article 76 of UNCLOS (FSM; FJ; PNG; SI; VU; TO). Maritime Boundaries (MB) Project 2004
Delivery of Disaster Risk Management Courses and Programs Upgrade disaster management capacity through delivery of training material and skills training. Disaster Risk Management (DRM) Activity/Task 2001
Regional Database System for Member Countries to Store and Retrieve Water and Sanitation Data Select and establish an appropriate database system to enable member countries to store various types of water and sanitation data. Provide training to use the database system. Provide a regional archive to store individual country data as a backup copy and for regional use. Note that SOPAC is currently acting as Interim Secretariat to the Pacific Region Water and Wastewater Utilities Association (PWA). Water and Sanitation (WS) Activity/Task 1997
Rural Electrification Policy National Rural Electrification Policies developed, endorsed and implemented. Energy (E) Policy and Governance 2008, 2009
South Pacific Sea Level and Climate Monitoring Project [Phase IV] Support 1) Maintenance and operations of SEAFRAME carried out with associated geodetic surveys and maintenance of CGPS sites. Counterpart training for in-field activities. Data and information from SPSLCMP-IV Project established and updated in the SOPAC Geonetwork. 2) Development and implementation of Communications Strategy; Regional Communications and Coordination of SPSLCMP. Coastal Processes (CP) Project 2009
Coastal Mapping Workshop Coastal Mapping Workshop was held in Majuro, Marshall Islands from 1 to 12 August, organised by SOPAC and hosted by MIMRA. Thirteen participants representing nine islands member countries attended. Valuable data gathered will be used for development and management purposes. Coastal Processes (CP) Workshop 1994
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