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What Will Become of Us: Voices from around the world on drought and El Nino

About 60 million people across Southern Africa and the Horn, Central America, and the Pacific face worsening hunger and poverty due to droughts and crop failures in 2014/5 that have been exacerbated by the El Niño weather system in 2015/6. This number is likely to rise. This short report gives...
El Salvador - Ethiopia - Malawi - Papua New Guinea
2016 - Oxfam International

Rapport
2015–2016 El Niño

Early action and response for agriculture, food security and nutrition
El Niño is the warming of sea surface temperature in the tropical Pacific, which occurs roughly every 2 to 7 years, lasting from 6 to 24 months. While the main threat to food production is reduced rainfall and drought in some regions, El Niño can also cause heavy rains and...
El Salvador - Ethiopia - Haiti - Honduras - Indonesia - Lesotho - Malawi - Mongolia - Mozambique - Nicaragua - Papua New Guinea - Philippines - Somalia - South Africa - Timor-Leste - Zimbabwe
2016 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)

Comptes rendus de conférence
Enhancing the contribution of small-scale aquaculture to food security, poverty alleviation and socio-economic development

About 70–80 percent of all those actors involved in fish farming worldwide are considered small-scale. The small-scale aquaculture (SSA) sector, is recognized as making an important contribution to food security, poverty alleviation and socio- economic development. However, assessing its contribution in a systematic way has been an uphill task. An...
China - Nepal - Papua New Guinea - Philippines - Thailand - Viet Nam
2013 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)

Étude de cas
Farmer Organizations and the Market in Melanesia

Five case studies are included here as examples of attempts to link small farmers with markets in Solomon Islands and Papua New Guinea. The case studies explore the business model used and the lessons learned. They are drawn from among the loose network of the organizations that are members of...
Papua New Guinea - Solomon Islands
2012 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)

Projet
Food Security and Sustainable Livelihood Programme for Pacific Island Countries: National Capacity Building for Strategic Project Identification and Design.

The considerable food price rise and financial crises and already felt climate change effects on Pacific Island Countries (PICs) have highlighted food security and livelihoods vulnerability and fragility in the region. With many mainly very small islands dispersed in a vast ocean, the challenges for individual countries to address their...
Fiji - Papua New Guinea - Solomon Islands - Tonga - Trinidad and Tobago - Tunisia - Turkey - Turkmenistan - Tuvalu - Vanuatu
2012 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)

Manuel
Building resilience to climate change

root crop and fishery production
This Food Security Toolkit, designed specifically for Pacific Island Countries and Territories (PICTs), aims to improve Pacific Islanders’ ability to produce and access safe and nutritious foods that meet their dietary and cultural needs. Targeting food security in the Pacific region is a critical action in the face of climate...
Cook Islands - Fiji - Kiribati - Marshall Islands - Micronesia (Federated States of) - Nauru - Niue - Palau - Papua New Guinea - Samoa - Solomon Islands - Tonga - Tuvalu - Vanuatu
2010

Directives
Pacific Food Security Toolkit Building Resilience To Climate Change Root Crop And Fishery Production

This Food Security Toolkit, designed specifically for Pacific Island Countries and Territories (PICTs), aims to improve Pacific Islanders’ ability to produce and access safe and nutritious foods that meet their dietary and cultural needs. Targeting food security in the Pacific region is a critical action in the face of climate...
Cook Islands - Fiji - Niue - Papua New Guinea - Samoa - Solomon Islands - Tonga - Tuvalu - Vanuatu
2010

Rapport
Organic agriculture and fair trade in Pacific island countries

The increased demand for high quality products in export markets, coupled with Pacific Island Countries (PICs) national desire to protect the environment, biodiversity and family farming structures, lead to assume that organic agriculture could offer good prospects for PICs development. Besides market opportunities, organic agriculture could increase PICs food self-reliance...
Cook Islands - Fiji - Kiribati - Papua New Guinea - Samoa - Solomon Islands - Tonga - Vanuatu
2009 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)

Note/document d'orientation
Climate Change And Food Security In The Pacific

This brief has been prepared for the UN Convention on Climate Change meeting in Copenhagen, December 2009, to raise awareness of the imminent impacts of climate change on food security in Pacific island countries and territories and to urge participants to consider the importance of mainstreaming food security in climate-related...
Cook Islands - Fiji - Micronesia (Federated States of) - Niue - Papua New Guinea - Samoa - Solomon Islands - Tonga - Tuvalu - Vanuatu
2009

Rapport
Organic Agriculture And Fair Trade In Pacific Island Countries

The increased demand for high quality products in export markets, coupled with Pacific Island Countries (PICs) national desire to protect the environment, biodiversity and family farming structures, lead to assume that organic agriculture could offer good prospects for PICs development. Besides market opportunities, organic agriculture could increase PICs food self-reliance...
Cook Islands - Fiji - Kiribati - Niue - Papua New Guinea - Samoa - Solomon Islands - Tonga - Vanuatu
2009

Rapport
People, land management and environmental change (PLEC)

FINAL EVALUATION
The People, Land Management and Environmental Change (PLEC) project is a largely farmer-driven demonstration project consisting of five ecosystem clusters and spread over eight countries: Ghana, Guinea, Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, China, Papua New Guinea and Brazil. PLEC was initiated in 1992 by the United Nations University (UNU) as an international...
Brazil - China - Ghana - Guinea - Papua New Guinea - Uganda - United Republic of Tanzania
2003 - United Nations Environmental Programme (UNEP)
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