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Tuvalu : Tuvalu reminds UN of existential threat of climate change
Source: Radio New Zealand International Country: TuvaluTuvalu has reminded the United Nations that climate change poses an existential threat to the country.Read more onRadio New Zealand International.[...][Published inAidNews- Readthe original article]
Tackling TB in Tuvalu - Tuvalu
No-one should be left behind in the fight to end tuberculosis (TB), which is now the world’s most infectious and deadly disease. Yet in 2016, 4.1 million people with TB were ‘missed’ by health systems after failing to be diagnosed, reported or treated. With the first-ever UN High-Level Meeting on TB
Tuvalu , UPR Report Consideration - 24th Meeting , 39th Regular Session Human Rights Council
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UNDP works in nearly 170 countries and territories, helping to achieve the eradication of poverty, and the reduction of inequalities and exclusion. We help countries to develop policies, leadership skills, partnering abilities, institutional capabilities and build resilience in order to sustain deve
Pacific Islands leadership program kicks off Taiwan leg
TAIPEI, 18 SEPTEMBER 2018 (FOCUS TAIWAN NEWS CHANNEL) – The Taiwan leg of the annual Pacific Islands Leadership Programme (PILP) kicked off in Taipei Monday, when 22 participants from a number of Pacific island nations began a six- week in-depth training session to sharpen their leadership skills by
Catastrophic Construction : Storms Can Build Reef Islands in Atoll Regions
Tropical storms, with waves reaching up to 10-meters-high, can wallop coral reef islands. As global temperatures increase, some scientists suggest that such storms will become more frequent and intense over the next few decades. Additionally, potential sea level rise is perceived as a threat to the
ADB approves USD 15.4 mln to support Maritime Infrastructure in Tuvalu | Devdiscourse News
“Improving connectivity and maritime safety between the outer islands and the main island ofFunafutiis critical to expand access to essential services and drive economic growth,” saidADBPacific Department Director for Transport, Energy, and Natural Resources Mr. Olly Norojono. “Climate resilience is
ADB Approves Additional Support for Maritime Infrastructure in Tuvalu
FUNAFUTI, TUVALU (14 September2018)- TheAsian Development Bank's (ADB)Board of Directorshas approved a $15.4 million grant as additional financing for the ongoingTuvaluOuter IslandMaritimeInfrastructureProject.'Improving connectivity and maritime safety between the outer islands and the main island
Lux Coin Unveils the World 's First Whisky Coin
The Old Vatted Glenlivet whisky encapsulated in the coin was distilled in the Scottish Highlands in the midst of the steam age. During that time, industrialization saw factories equipped with machinery transforming the development of countries the world over, large steamships began crossing vast oc
Where is being gay still against the law ?
The judges of the Supreme Court were unanimous in their decision tooverturn the ban on consensual same-sex relations, a law dating back to colonial times, which was previously punishable by a sentence up to life in prison.
New Study : Sea Level Rise Does n't ` Spell Doom ' -- Little To No Loss Of Coastal Wetlands Projected By 2100
Two years ago, a paper was published in the journalNatureindicating that shorelines have beengrowingoverall across the world since the mid-1980s (Donchyts et al., 2016).
Which National Flags Are Based On The Blue Ensign ?
Australia was previously under the dominion of Britain and chose to use the Blue Ensign as the design of its flag. Theflag of Australiaalso includes six stars; a single Commonwealth star on the left half and five stars on the right half. A competition was held to determine the flag of Australia, and
Oscars : Taiwan Sends ` Great Buddha + ' Into Foreign-Language Contention
The film, about a night security guard at a Buddha statue factory and his recyclable-collecting friend who witness dark secrets of the factory owner via some dashcam videos, was a firm favorite on the 2017 festival circuit and collected numerous awards.
` Child-centred response efforts paramount '
UPHOLDING principles of child protection and ensuring response efforts are child-centred are paramount during disasters, says Australia Government’s Counsellor for Development Cooperation for Fiji and Tuvalu, Christina Munszer.
2018 Oceania Rugby 7s championship pools draw
Pool A – Fiji, PNG, Solomon IslandsPool B – New Zealand, New Caledonia, NauruPool C – Australia Cook Islands, VanuatuPool D – Samoa, Tonga, Tuvalu, Niue
ADB ramps up Pacific presence as aid donors jostle for influence
SYDNEY (Reuters) - The Asian Development Bank said on Tuesday it is expanding its presence in the Pacific islands, at a time of competition for influence there, opening seven new country offices and expecting its loans and grants in the region to top $4 billion by 2020.
ADB Asian Development Bank : Approves Plan to Expand Presence in Pacific
The expansion, which was recently approved by ADB's Board of Directors, will involve the conversion of four extended missions-in Samoa, Solomon Islands, Tonga, and Vanuatu-into country offices, and the establishment of seven new country offices in the Cook Islands, the Federated States of Micronesia
Oscars : Taiwan Selects ` The Great Buddha + ' for Foreign-Language Category
Taiwan has pickedThe Great Buddha+, a dark comedy filmed mostly in black and white, as its official submission in the best foreign-language film race at the 2019 Academy Awards.
The Asian countries where GDP does not tell the full story
LONDON -- Gross national income, which measures the value produced by the citizens of a country wherever they live and work, has gained ground among economists as a more reliable measure of wealth than the traditional yardstick of gross domestic product.The differences between the two are usually sm
A Major Win for the Whales
Previously, Japan, Norway, Iceland and Faroe Islands (Denmark) have shown no respect for any rules or regulations from this or any other regulating body.