11/05/2018

2018 FEMM: THE PACIFIC RESILIENCE FACILITY (ATTACHMENT 1

A.    INTRODUCTION Building Resilience to climate change and managing and mitigating disasters from natural hazard risks are real and present challenges for Forum Island Countries (FICs). […]
11/05/2018

2018 FEMM: The Pacific Resilience Facility

FORUM ECONOMIC MINISTERS MEETING AND FORUM ECONOMIC OFFICIALS MEETING 25-27 April 2018 Koror, Palau   THE PACIFIC RESILIENCE FACILITY   Summary of Issue To present the […]
27/04/2018

2018 Pacific Islands Forum Economic Ministers Meeting Action Plan

  Tommy E. Remengesau, Jr. Building Palau International Coral Reef Centre, Koror, Palau 26-27 April, 2018   FEMM ACTION PLAN   The 21st meeting of the […]
26/04/2018

Remarks by Vice President of Palau, the Honourable Raynold B. Oiluch to open the 2018 Forum Economic Ministers Meeting

26 April 2018 Tommy E. Remengesau, Jr. Building, Palau International Coral Reef Center Koror, Republic of Palau   Honourable Ministers Distinguished Heads of Delegations Madame Secretary […]
26/04/2018

Opening Remarks by Secretary General, Dame Meg Taylor to the 2018 Forum Economic Ministers

26 April 2018 Palau International Coral Reef Center Koror, Palau    The Vice President of Palau, the Honourable Raynold B. Oiluch Honourable Ministers Senior Officials Development […]
25/04/2018

Forum Economic Ministers to Discuss Investments to Build Resilient Ocean States

The repercussions of a warming planet are increasing both in intensity and in frequency. This is the case whether they are extreme, sudden, or slow onset weather and climate events. Either way they demand nothing less than innovative actions, and strengthened collaboration and cooperation of all stakeholders. Key to how our region responds to climate change and extreme weather events and their impacts on our island homes and our resources is the nature and extent of our resilience. It requires Pacific Islands Forum members to invest in pathways towards economic, social, and environmental resilience. It requires our Governments to complement their respective approaches with input and contributions from development partners, including the private sector, who are key to resource mobilisation and to implementation. It also requires civil society to play a key role, to ensure effective links between policies and practice are well established and they endure.
25/04/2018

Financing Resilient Development in the Forum Island Countries

By Dr. Raymond Prasad – Economic Adviser, Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat The Pacific Islands Forum Economic Ministers Meeting begins in Palau this week and is focused […]