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 Vanuatu (1589)

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TitleDescriptionCategoryTypeProject Year
National Energy Policy Assist member countries in establishing national energy policy statements to help government in the planning and management of their energy sectors. The ongoing provision of assistance to member countries that have not yet adopted their draft national energy policy statements, and to those member countries that require assistance with the preparation of a rural electrification policy and implementation guidelines. Various assessments of the national energy sectors within member countries have identified the absence of national energy policy statements and guidelines, and that this is one of the major constraints to the effective planning and management of their national energy sectors. This project was initiated in 1993/94 and member countries are now at different levels of progress with the development and adoption of their energy sector policies. The project is to provide on-going, in-country technical assistance as required to those countries that have not yet adopted their national energy policy statements and also to those that require their current policies to be reviewed. Energy (E) Activity/Task 2002
Regional Co-ordination of PacificGOOS in the SOPAC Region To develop a Global Ocean Observing System Regional Alliance in the SOPAC region, which provides a sustained and integrated locally [and regionally] relevant ocean observing system for multiple users. Uncategorised (UC) Activity/Task 2001
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
Catastrophe Insurance Pilot Project-Port Vila Phase II Extension Effective catastrophe risk-transfer in the context of Pacific Island economies under threat from natural disasters. Hazards (H) Activity/Task 2002
Energy to Modernise the Public Sector This Japan funded and PIFs administered project, comprises two components – solar energy for lighting and powering computers in a primary school in Vanuatu and the installation of solar water pumps in two villages in Fiji. Energy (E) Activity/Task 2009
World Water Day 1999, "Everybody lives downstream" Campaign World Water Day is an annual event to help focus on water, its development and consideration and the implementation of the recommendations of Agenda 21. The project provides background material and support on this year's World Water Day Theme 'Everybody Lives Downstream' to SOPAC member countries interested in using the event as an opportunity for water-related awareness campaigns. In 1998 SOPAC's World Water Day campaign mainly focussed on Fiji with some material supplied to four SOPAC member countries (Marshall Islands, Samoa, Niue and Kiribati). The reception of this initiative was very encouraging and so SOPAC assumed responsibility to act as the focal point for World Water Day activities in the Pacific in 1999. The objectives of the project was to gain Public and political interest in focusing on the impact of various activities on water resources and consequently on their daily lives. Water and Sanitation (WS) Activity/Task 1999
Pacific Energy and Gender (PEG) Network Increased gender awareness in the energy sector. Energy (E) Network 2004
Bathymetric Mapping of the Vanuatu Island Arc and adjacent deep seafloor To produce a new bathymetric map of Vanuatu Uncategorised (UC) Map/Chart 1990
National Energy Plans National Energy Plans developed, endorsed and implemented. Energy (E) Activity/Task 2008, 2009
Circum Pacific Map Project The idea behind the Circum Pacific Map Project was to compile the available geologic, tectonic and miner, data in order to produce maps of the Southwest Pacific Region. Under this, three maps were required; a) geological map, scale 1:10,000,000, b) tectonic map, scale 1:10,000,000, c) mineral map, scale 1:10,000,000. Of particular was the eastern part of the Southwest Quadrant map, which includes the following countries and islands: Papua New Guinea, Caroline Islands, Marshall Islands, Kiribati, Tuvalu, Nauru, Niue Island, Solomon Islands, New Caledonia, Vanuatu, Fiji, Kingdom of Tonga, New Zealand and parts of the Line Islands and Cook Islands. Uncategorised (UC) Mapping 1975
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