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
Coordination of Law of the Sea Related Issues in the SOPAC Region. Issue papers and briefs on SOPAC activities relating to marine scientific research cruise activities [past and proposed], UNICPOLOS initiatives, BPoA+10 initiatives; the CROP Marine Sector Working Group, and IOC and ISA activities - All PICs. CROP Implementation of the Pacific Islands Regional Ocean Policy and "Pacific Islands Ocean Framework for Action"; Report on ongoing planning and advice provided to all PIC's. Maritime Boundaries (MB) Activity/Task 2006
International Meetings of Information Society Development Participation in relevant ICT meetings to ensure Pacific issues are incorporated in policy and strategies. Information Communications and Technology (ICT) Meeting 2005, 2007, 2008
Disaster Management Training (DMT) Courses for Papua New Guinea The objectives of this training was; 1. To strengthen the institutional capacity of NDES, provinces and key line agencies to plan for, manage, implement and evaluate disaster management programs. 2. To upgrade the disaster management knowledge and skills of targeted national, provincial and district level staff. 3. To increase the awareness and prepsredness of the community in high risk areas. Disaster Risk Management (DRM) Training 1999
Underway Marine Geophysical Data Management at Techsec: Proposal for Reorganization The main objective of the proposed work is to enable SOPAC to run ORSTOM's last version of GEOMER and to develop specific capabilities to meet SOPAC member countries needs within SOPAC Work Programme. The GEOMER database is dedicated to the management of marine geophysical data, it allows fast retrieval Data Management (DM) Proposal 1990
Papua New Guinea Country Mission Report- 2006 This mission report details the first opportunity for the Project’s Water Specialist to undertake a reconnaissance inspection of existing and potential water resource options, water supply conditions and sanitation practices currently operative within the three provincial towns of Vanimo, Wewak and Madang. Water and Sanitation (WS) Report 2006
Inshore and Nearshore Surveys related to Harbour Development and Coastal Management Revised in the Proceedings of the 7th Session and initiated in the 8th Session , the inshore and nearshore surveys related to harbour development and coastal management project was encouraged to used additional remote sensing.The objective of the project was to assist in the location and foundation design of proposed wharves and associated structures by providing data on bathymetry and on sediment type and thickness. The economic target of the project was to assist in the design and construction of coastal transportation facilities for ongoing and near-future natural resource development projects. It was also planned to re-survey Rabaul Harbour in 1985 by R/V Moana Wave. Coastal Processes (CP) Survey 1985
GEF – Energy Conservation and Energy Efficiency Proposal (Concept Paper) Assist the region in the introduction of sound and sustainable energy efficiency and conservation programs and projects. Considering the importance being placed on the impacts of climate change and climate variability and the need to reduce the emission of greenhouse gasses the development of a regional proposal to seek funding support from the GEF seemed a relevant approach to commencing a regional approach to addressing these concerns. Energy (E) Activity/Task 2001
Policy and Capacity Strengthening To provide advice and support in raising the level of awareness disasters in developing systematic and integrated approaches to disaster management planning including the use of remotely sensed data. Also to encourage countries and donors in giving priority to hazard assessment and vulnerability analysis by encourage greater emphasis for disaster mitigation activities; and the incorporation of disaster management and particularly disaster mitigation considerations, in the preparation of plans for sustainable development. Disaster Risk Management (DRM) Policy and Governance 1997
2007 Key Higlight: Partnership Network Meeting This meeting was held from the 12- 13 April, 2007 at the Holiday Inn, Suva. The Partnership Network was established in response to a call by Pacific Leaders to implement the Pacific Disaster Risk Reduction and Disaster Management Framework for Action 2005 – 2015: Building the Resilience of Nations and Communities to Disasters (Regional Framework), as one of their priorities under the Pacific Plan’s Kalibobo Roadmap for priorities requiring immediate attention and implementation. Disaster Risk Management (DRM) Meeting 2007
The e-Parliament - Conference / Meeting e-Parliament Conference / Meeting convened leading to improved capacity regarding the need for legislation and governance that is fully inclusive of all sectors, with particular attention being given to the poor. Uncategorised (UC) Conference/Forum 2008
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