This is the PIFS Library Catalogue:
This is the PIFS Library Catalogue:
This report provides a comprehensive assessment of modern slavery in the Pacific region. The report draws on existing peer-reviewed and grey literature, Walk Free's 2019 assessment of action taken by governments to address modern slavery, as well as information gathered through semi-structured interviews with anti-slavery stakeholders in eight countries in the region: Australia, Fiji, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Tonga, and Vanuatu.
Series of documents presenting a strategy/ investment roadmap for the Marshall Islands electricity systems, and detailed analysis underpinning the strategy. The papers cover engineering, finance, human resources and policy/ institutions. All documents can be found at rmienergyfuture.org but they need to be stored in permanent library repositories also.
data sets for applying statistical process control charts.
How many women own ICT Businesses?
How many women are employed in ICT Industries? Out of those engaged in the ICT Industry, how many women are in leadership positions?
How many of our youths are persons with disability? How many of these youths that are persons with disability that own their own businesses or employed?
How many of our youths are engaged in Social Entrepreneurship in the different countries within our Pacific Region?
How many of our youths own Digital Businesses or startups?
What is the average wage rate of youths in the Pacific Region?
Annual total catch of the four main tuna species in the western and central Pacific Ocean (WCPO), encompassed by the Western and Central Pacific Fisheries Commission Convention Area (WCPFC-CA).
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The Pacific Journalism Review: Te Koakoa is a peer-reviewed journal examining media issues and communication in the South Pacific, Asia-Pacific, Australia and New Zealand. Founded in 1994 at the University of Papua New Guinea, PJR has been published since 2007 by the Pacific Media Centre in the School of Communication Studies, Auckland University of Technology, and has links with the University of the South Pacific. Published since 2021 by the Asia Pacific Media Network | Te Koakoa Inc., PJR is a ranked journal with SCOPUS metrics and Web of Science.
Rai, P. P., Ed. (2009). Medicinal Plants in Papua New Guinea: information on 126 commonly used medicinal plants in Papua New Guinea Manila, World Health Organization
WHO Regional Office for the Western Pacific.
(accessed 8 November 2020)
It would be great if the Cell towers (vodafone,Telecom and Digicel) point spatial dataset (shapefile) could be available in the pacific-data hub for Fiji. This we could see the coverage available in terms of communication and internet access. This could help people to be aware of the telecommunication available in the interior and outer islands.
I can't find this key dataset online here or on https://data.humdata.org/. It would be good to make it accessible.
Would like to request a recent bathymetry data for the Kiribati islands. Was trying to find it on the pacific data hub but there is nothing there.
Data on the status of finfish in the coastal waters of Tonga
Hide, R. L., M. Kimin, A. Kora, G. Kua and K. Kua (1979). A checklist of some plants in the territory of the Sinasina Nimai (Simbu Province, Papua New Guinea), with notes on their uses. University of Auckland, Department of Anthropology, Working Papers No. 54. Auckland, University of Auckland, Department of Anthropology, 118 pages.
Hey Sio, team- trying out this feature- looking for an old SPC report from 40 years ago
Onorio, B. 1979. Notes on Marine Turtles of Republic of Kiribati. SPC-NMFS/Turtles/WP.7. Joint SPC-NMFS Workshop on Marine Turtles in the Tropical Pacific Islands. Noumea, New Caledonia, 11-14 December 1979.
Nice high level launch today - super job