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 New Caledonia (238)

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TitleDescriptionCategoryTypeProject Year
Assistance in Water and Sanitation New Caledonia is seeking SOPAC's assistance with water and sanitation activities. Water and Sanitation (WS) Technical Assistance 1998
Pacific Water Association (PWA) Steering Committee meeting (continued) The second meeting of the PWA was held on 21 November 1997 in the multipurpose room of the SOPAC Secretariat, Suva, Fiji. The Fiji Cabinet approved the establishment of PWA in Fiji in October 1997. The second meeting of the Steering Committee was to develop the PWA as a legal entity and to plan the next Annual General Meeting. The concept of a PWA, to promote the interest of water utilities in the region. Water and Sanitation (WS) Meeting 1997
HRD Advisory Assistance: Advice and Assistance with Formal Education Programs The Training Coordinator visited the following countries below during the reporting period (1993 - 1994). Assistance was given to USP in the Marine Studies, Ocean Resources Management, Marine Public Education and Earth Sciences Programs. The Training Coordinator also attended the UNDRO Disaster Management Workshop in Apia, 29 November to 3 December. The Assistant Trainnig Coordinator participated in a program of visits to secondary schools in the western side of VitiLevu, Fiji together with MRD staff, 20-24 June; continued his term of appointment to USP Council; and attended the Meeting for Ministers and Planners on Human Resources Development in the South Pacific in Suva, 12-19 May. Human Resources Development (HRD) Activity/Task 1994
SOPAC Annual Session Assist with compiling of Work Program Documentation, assist with preparation for Annual Session, assist with rapporteuring at meetings, prepare and publish Annual Session Proceedings. Uncategorised (UC) Activity/Task 1995
Introductory meeting of the tropical cyclone warning upgrade project The meeting was held in Nadi from 3- 4 February 1997. It is part of a 3 year project with a total budget of 1.6 million ECU and is funded by the European Union. The purpose of this meeting was to approve the inception report and 1997 work plan. The participating countries are those Pacific ACP (African, Caribbean and Pacific ) and OCT (Overseas Countries and territories) which are signatories to the Lome Convention. This meeting was attended by Steve Solomon , SOPAC's Coastal Geologist. Disaster Risk Management (DRM) Meeting 1997
Pacific Exploration and Technology in the Region In 1999, a publication for international publication was underway to publish the papers presented at the PacifIc Exploration and Technology (PET) conference. The publication was being co-ordinated with Dr M. Petterson ofBGS. Minerals (M) Activity/Task 2000, 2001
Support to New Caledonia in Information System Development To provide relevant and effective IT systems to assist New Caledonia in discharging their obligations under resource management objectives Information Communications and Technology (ICT) Technical Assistance 2000
Inaugural Meeting of the Pacific Water Association and Trade Show The first meeting of Pacific water and wastewater utility managers was hosted by the Western Samoa Water Authority in Apia, Western Samoa on 27-28 July 1995. At this meeting there was unanimous support for the formation of an independent Pacific Water and Wastewater Association. The meeting selected a Steering Committee (consisting of members from the Western Samoa Water Authority, UNELCO, Vanuatu and the Papua New Guinea Water Board) to prepare Terms of Reference for the appointed consultant (the Pacific Power Association) to establish the proposed PWA, more details can be found in SOPAC Miscellaneous Report 202: "Report on a Meeting to Discuss the Establishment of a Pacific Wafer Association”. The Pacific Water Association Inaugural Meeting was held from 22- 24 August 1996. Water and Sanitation (WS) Meeting 1996
Production and Organisation of Coastal Data SOPAC GIS technology provides opportunities is producing, organizing and securing large amount of data in digital form.The objective of this task is to produce and organize digital data sets of coastal data in New Caledonia. Information Communications and Technology (ICT) Activity/Task 2000
Routine Corporate Publishing Publishing and Library services to facilitate the flow of information through to member countries and users of the end product of the work of the technical secretariat. Proceedings of annual meetings (council & technical meetings); Annual Report, SOPAC Projects, SOPAC Quarterly Gazette, various newsletters, and other corporate promotional material will continue to be published. Data Management (DM) Activity/Task 2000
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