This research is part of the Asia and the Pacific Policy Studies (APPS) Working Paper Series 04/ published October 2013. The Asia and the Pacific Policy Studies is a peer-reviewed, multidisciplinary journal that targets research in policy studies in Asia and the Pacific. The Journal aims to break down barriers across disciplines and generate policy impact.
Tropical Cyclone Gita hit the main island of Tongatapu and the island of ‘Eua on the night of Monday, 12th February 2018 as a destructive category 4 storm, causing severe damages to these two islands which consists of about 80% of the Total population of Tonga.
This assessment uses the post-disaster data collected by the Statistical Department to describe the characteristics of the affected population, nature and spatial concentration of the damage, and the aid required and received at the time of the interview by the Tongan population.
A outcome of the 10 days trip to Waisisi Oil Palm Project site (Wairokai) in Malaita conducted by the Land Use team of MAL from 22nd July to 31st July 2016.
**Project : AULUTA OIL PALM PROJECT, EAST MALAITA (AULUTA BASIN & EAST FATALEKA)**
Land use planning assessments is important in that it visualizes landscape and environment features of sites including soils and population pressure on the use of land. Helps decision making at multiple levels in projects planning: at the national, provincial, constituency, ward, community and tribal levels, corresponding to the levels of governance at which decisions about land use are formalized.
Under the MESCAL project, the objectives of this assessment are to;
* Improve understanding of mangrove ecosystem functions, values, key threats, and processes at a local and regional scale;
* Provide a standardized method to assess shoreline mangrove condition and change over time;
* Generate community awareness of mangroves and encourage local environmental stewardship;
* Conduct a rapid and representative survey of fish and mobile crustacean assemblages;
The purpose of this policy is to provide a framework and to maintain a coordinated, consistent conduct of external examinations and assessments. Te Curriculum Development Unit (CDU) and Technology and Employment Skills Training (TEST) are responsible for setting appropriate assessments that will foster learning, and most of which is conducted through forma examinations.
This policy provides the overall authority and guidance for curriculum assessment and reporting policies and practices developed to be performed at the classroom, school and system level.
This dataset has the FSM SWARS final report of 2010 – 2015+
Vulnerability Assessment for the outer islands of Yap
Republic of the Marshall Islands “State”-Wide Assessment and Resource Strategy 2010-2015
State of Coral Reef Ecosystems in Indo-pacific, Pacific also including Namdrik Atoll Coral-Reef
Vulnerability of Tropical Pacific Fisheries and Aquaculture to Climate Change 2011
Houk, P., and Musburger, C. “Trophic Interactions and Ecological Stability across coral reefs in the Marshall Islands
Environmental Protection Authority. Coastal Water Quality Report