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 Niue (1011)

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TitleDescriptionCategoryTypeProject Year
Establish support systems for Non-traditional donors Establishment of new partnerships with nontraditional donors. Disaster Risk Management (DRM) Activity/Task 2003
Review of Existing National Water Policies and Legislation The compilation and regional overview of national policies and legislations within the region. Water and Sanitation (WS) Technical Review 2003
Establish and Maintain a Regional Deep-sea Minerals Database Continued maintenance of the Regional Deepsea 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 2004
Pacific Global Ocean Observation System (GOOS)Workshop The GOOS capacity building workshop was approved by the IOC Assembly in 1997 and the SOPAC Annual Session in 1997. The Forum Secretariat hosted the workshop at their conference center in Suva in 1998. The workshop was held from the 13- 17 February 1998. The workshop was attended by 8 participants from seven member countries, and included a participant from Palau The purpose of the workshop was to identify capacity building need, interest of organizations serving the region, as well as national interest and to explore the possibility for establishing a regional GOOS activity. General (G) Workshop 1998
South Pacific Disaster Reduction Program Virtual Library Create a Virtual Library of all relevant documents created during the lifetime of SPDRP. During the lifetime of the SPDRP a significant quantity of documents were produced where many of these are valuable reference material. The activities of SPDRP was completed by the end of 2000 and the documents were useful to the stakeholders in general and the SOPAC Disaster Management Unit in particular where the most effective way to ensure that these documents are accessible to the widest possible audience is to publish them in a Virtual Library. The total cost to create a Virtual Web Library and to create and distribute 50 web interface CDs is USD 7,500. Disaster Risk Management (DRM) Activity/Task 2001
Groundwater Development for Niue The objective of this task was to increase technical capacity in groundwater development including system planning & design, abstraction and monitoring. Uncategorised (UC) Activity/Task 2000
Development of Business Continuity Plan Assistance provided to PICs to develop business continuity plans. Uncategorised (UC) Activity/Task 2007
SOPAC Workshop on Solar pumping (PVP) Solar pumping workshop in Suva was attended by 29 people from 12 countries to promote and learn about the use of solar energy in the supply of freshwater to rural communities. The aims of the workshop were to (1) review the PVP technology and why similar project carried out in the South Pacific failed (2) determine conditions best suited to the use of PVP in rural areas of the South Pacific and compare the costs with other technologies for extracting water from the ground (3) examine the planning procedures for PVP systems (4) identify the criteria to ensure that PVP technology is available to the user at an affordable manner. The workshop was held from 21- 23 May 1997. Water and Sanitation (WS) Workshop 1997
Information on IWRM disseminated Information on IWRM disseminated, advice provided in the development and implementation of national IWRM plans at the rate of at least two countries per year to ensure 60% of member countries have IWRM plans by 2009. Uncategorised (UC) Activity/Task 2006
SOPAC Water Sector Strategy The provision of support in water and sanitation to the Pacific Island Countries requires a strategic approach covering the areas of water resources assessment and management; water supply and wastewater management; and water governance and awareness. Water and Sanitation (WS) Policy and Governance 2005
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