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 Papua New Guinea (1364)

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TitleDescriptionCategoryTypeProject Year
Scholarship support for accredited disaster management qualifications provided to member countries At least two (2) scholarships awarded to qualified applicants from member countries to be enrolled in the Swinburne Graduate Certificate in Disaster Management programme. Disaster Risk Management (DRM) Training 2009
Pacific Islands Forum Invitational Programme for Middle Management The invitational programme focused on the promotion and research into alternative energy resources that are commercially sustainable, including the development of nuclear power. The objective being to preserve the global environment from negative impacts of energy development and utilization while providing enough energy that is crucial for the society. Member country representatives from the Energy Sector, particularly those in middle management were sent to this training initiative. Energy (E) Programme 2001
Project Monitoring Evaluation Group (PMEG) Operating To conduct in-country evaluation visits and report to Project Coordination Group. The establishment of an independent mechanism for evaluating the impact of DMU sponsored interventions in country was facilitated by the appointment of a Project Monitoring Evaluation Group (PMEG) established by SOPAC and the traditional donor agencies. Uncategorised (UC) Activity/Task 2001
CCOP/SOPAC 1989 Coastal Mapping Workshop The CCOP/SOPAC 1989 Coastal Mapping Workshop was held on Guadalcanal in the Solomon Islands from August 17-31. The Workshop was organized and run by CCOP/SOPAC and hosted by the Ministry of Natural Resources of the Solomon Islands Government. It was attended by fourteen participants representing nine of the island member countries, only Kiribati was unable to participate. Multibeam Echo-Sounding Offshore Mapping also occurred in 1989 and was obtained from the cruise route Port Vila-Apia-Port Vila on HMAS COOK, 1 August-1 September, 1989. Coastal Processes (CP) Workshop 1989
Earth Science & Marine Geology Course, 1992 1992 is the third and final year of courses for the Certificate in Earth Science and Marine Geology; Advanced Course 3: Earth Resources and Mapping; and Advanced Course 4: Role of Earth Sciences in Development Project and Hazards; was held at the Institute of Marine Resources, University of the South Pacific from 9 March to 29 May 1992. Human Resources Development (HRD) Training 1992
Water and Sanitation Assist in the preparation and updating of Sector Strategy and Action Plans (SSAP) and master plans; implementation of project proposals plans and provide backstopping support for in country water and sanitation activities Water and Sanitation (WS) Activity/Task 1995
World Water Day Provision to members countries of a campaign strategy with activities, publication material, articles for newspapers and financial support for advertising in-country. In-country celebrations supported in member countries through WWD focal points. Water and Sanitation (WS) Event 2008
Training Assistance-Petroleum Geology and Geophysics The main objectives of the PNG visit were to present two courses on Petroleum Geology and Geophysics, a Basic Course at the University of Papua New Guinea and an Advanced Course at the Department of Minerals & Energy. The UPNG course was presented in response to a request made to the Deputy Director while on an official visit in PNG the previous August. The DMP course fulfilled Training Task 91.PN.16: A further course in Petroleum Geology to follow-on from a first course held in Port Moresby in 1990 General (G) Training 1993
18th Session of the Governing Council of SOPAC (than CCOP/SOPAC) and the 18th session of its Technical Advisory Group The 18th session was hosted by the Government of Australia and held in Canberra, Australia. Delegates from the following member countries attended: Australia, Cook Islands, Fiji, Guam, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Tonga, Tuvalu, Vanuatu and Western Samoa. The Federated States of Micronesia also attended as observers. General (G) Meeting 1989
32nd session of the SOPAC Governing Council and it's Technical Advisory Group (TAG) The 32nd Session of the SOPAC Governing Council and its Technical Advisory Group (TAG) was held in Alofi, Niue and hosted by the Government of Niue. The meeting formally acknowledged Palau's full membership of the SOPAC Commission. The STAR Session was held prior to the proceeding of the Governing Council meeting proper. Guam was not represented at the meeting. General (G) Meeting 2003
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