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 Nauru (915)

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TitleDescriptionCategoryTypeProject Year
Reducing Vulnerability of Pacific ACP States: EU EDF 8/9 The goal of the Project was to address vulnerability reduction in the Pacific ACP States through the development of an integrated planning and management system, Island Systems Management initially focusing on eight Pacific States: Fiji, Kiribati, Papua New Guinea, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Tonga, Tuvalu and Vanuatu. The project was implemented by SOPAC, over a period of 4 years. The EDF 9 provided for the inclusion of the 6 new ACP states. Disaster Risk Management (DRM) Project 2007
Sub-Regional Workshop on Energy Supply and Demand Database Regional, ongoing assistance with the collection of petroleum demand and supply data from the oil companies. Ongoing assistance to member countries in the management and input of data. The Energy Summit and the Subregional Database Workshop was organized by SOPAC Energy Unit with the assistance of FSM Department of Economic Affairs. FSM College of Micronesia provided the venue for the energy summit and the database workshop which was held from 30 August - 03 September 1999 in Pohnpei. Palau and Guam were invited but did not participate. The primary objective of the energy summit was to provide the opportunity for the relevant government, NGOs, trade and petroleum companies to comment on a draft national policy. Energy (E) Workshop 1999
UN Asia Pacific Centre for ICT (UN APCICT) The United Nations Asian and Pacific Training Centre for Information and Communication Technology for Development (UN-APCICT) was inaugurated on 16 June 2006 as a subsidiary body of ESCAP. It is located in Incheon, Republic of Korea. The objective of UN-APCICT is to build the capacity of members and associate members of ESCAP in the use of information and communication technology (ICT) for socio-economic development. In pursuance of this objective, UN-APCICT’s work is focused on three inter-related pillars; training, research and advisory. The Academy of ICT Essentials for Government Leaders Programme (Academy) is UN-APCICT’s flagship initiative. It is made up of 8 modules. The objective of the Academy is to equip policy makers, trainers and project managers with the essential knowledge and skills to fully leverage opportunities presented by ICTs to achieve national development goals and bridge the digital divide. In recognizing the severe lack of ICT capacity and the slow progress of ICT development in the Pacific SOPAC accepted to lead the rolling out of the APCICT Academy in the Pacific and has signed a Letter of Exchange (LoE) with APCICT. Information Communications and Technology (ICT) Technical Assistance 2008, 2009
Needs Assessment of Enhanced Asset Management and Planning Tools for Selected Member Countries Needs assessements completed and reports available. National GIS and remote sensing facilities strengthened. Information Communications and Technology (ICT) Activity/Task 2007
USP 2001 Lecturing on Hydrogeology and Groundwater Resources To assist Regional Students by providing proper teaching aid. The Applied Geology module was part of the 3rd Year BSc Geology course at USP. SOPAC was requested to provide teaching assistance and deliver the Hydrogeology and Groundwater Resources component of the course. Water and Sanitation (WS) Activity/Task 2001
Support to Member Countries in Intranet/Internet Development Cost effective and efficient access to the Internet established in member countries. Information Communications and Technology (ICT) Technical Assistance 2008, 2009
Regional workshops organised by Human Resource Development Unit Regional workshops organised by this Unit to support activities of other Units included: (1) "Marine Benthic Habitats and their Living Resources: Monitoring, Management and Application to Pacific Island Countries" from 10-16 November in Noumea, New Caledonia (2) "Pacific Regional Global Observing Systems from 13-17 February in Suva jointly coordinated by SOPAC and IOC. The workshop was attended by 8 participants from seven member countries, and included a participant from Palau. Uncategorised (UC) Workshop 1998
Support to Member Countries in GIS and Remote Sensing Development To support in-country technicians and departments involved in development of GIS/RS related work. Geographical Information Systems/Remote Sensing (GIS) Activity/Task 2001, 2002
Pacific Regional Action Plan on Sustainable Water Management This first ever ministerial and heads of state endorsed water strategy for the Pacific, agreed by 18 countries, provides a clear road map for achieving sustainable water management in the Pacific. Water and Sanitation (WS) Policy and Governance 2006
Establish and Maintain a Regional Deep-sea Minerals Database Continued maintenance of the Regional Deep-sea Minerals Database with production of map products. At least one national counterpart trained in the maintenance of the Regional Deep-sea Minerals Database. Funds secured to convert database to MapInfo and link to Regional MSR Database. Minerals (M) Activity/Task 2005
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