The purpose of this Country Strategy Paper (CSP) is to provide the overall framework for EC cooperation with PNG in the context of the support to be provided under the 10th EDF (2008-2013).
The Development Bulletin has, for 28 years, been the journal of the Development Studies Network based at the Australian National University. It is an occasional publication providing at least one issue a year. The journal includes commissioned and submitted papers and is available in hard copy or online for free download. Each issue focuses on a specific, topical development theme providing a multi-disciplinary perspective on a range of opinions on development activities, theories, and research. The papers in DB are short and concise with a word limit of 3,500.
Consists of reviews, briefs, discussion papers and case studies of the Ramu Nickel Mining Project and the impacts of Astrolabe Bay's Submarine Tailings Discharge on the Madang province in PNG
This report provides an analysis and assessment of legislation, policies, strategies and plans relevant to management and use of the Solomon Islands oceans and will contribute to the development of both the oceans policy and plan.
The Solomon Islands National Waste Management and Pollution Control Strategy 2017-2026 is the country's roadmap for managing waste and controlling pollution in the natural environment for the next 10 years with the vision for clean, healthy and green happy isles. The strategy addresses 5 main waste streams: Solid Waste, Liquid Waste, Hazardous and Chemical Waste, Healthcare Waste and Electronic Waste.
This policy applies to SPREP’s own data as well as data held by SPREP on behalf of government agencies and partners within the Pacific.
As resource management and conservation efforts move toward multi-sector, ecosystem-based approaches, we need methods for comparing the varying responses of ecosystems to the impacts of human activities in order to prioritize management efforts, allocate limited resources, and understand cumulative effects. Given the number and variety of human activities affecting ecosystems, relatively few empirical studies are adequately comprehensive to inform these decisions. Consequently, management often turns to expert judgment for information.
This policy is to ensure that the education system is inclusive, equitable, fair and just, and that the curriculum and the programmes are accessible by all learners of the Cook Islands.
This document encapsulates a trajectory for the development of education in the Solomon Islands for the next fifteen years.
The Cook Islands Curriculum describes a framework for learning and assessment that produces a broad and balanced education. The great majority of students will spend twelve years of their lives in school. It is important that during this time, they develop the essential skills and knowledge to cope effectively with the opportunities and challenges, which they meet, both now, as young people, and in future, as adults.
The purpose of this policy is to provide a framework that will ensure and strengthen access to quality education for all persons with disabilities in all schools throughout Fiji. Quality education reflects the spirit of equity, inclusion, access, progress and achievement of educational outcomes that will guide and direct the journey of one’s lifelong learning and the opportunity to enjoy one’s quality of life.
The vision of the Ministry of Education, Sports and Culture (MESC) in Samoa is to encourage
lifelong learning by way of access to, and the evaluating of knowledge through creative
problem-solving and critical thinking in dynamic national, regional and global economies. As
defined in SDG4, this will also ensure inclusive and equitable quality education for the
sustainable development of the country.
The purpose of this policy is to provide clear guidelines to all school counsellors at the Ministry of Education, Heritage and Arts (MEHA) schools and offices when applying interventions and proactive measures designed to support the social, emotional;, and behavioural well-being of students, teachers and school environment.
The Education Master Plan presents a strategic direction for education over the next 15 years. The plan acknowledges that education is not the sole responsibility of any one group. Through collaboration we can make the most of opportunities to develop new ideas and initiatives. These opportunities will provide a foundation for success and excellence for all. The plan describes what we are aiming for and how we intend to get there.
The purpose of this policy is to provide a framework that will enhance and facilitate effective, efficient and timely data collection form schools and reporting to the Ministry of Education, Heritage and Arts (MEHA) and all local and international stakeholders. This policy is also designed to ensure that the collection and entry of data is undertaken with care and accurate reporting to support education based management, administration and activities to continually raise the quality of data held and the Fiji Education Management Information System (FEMIS).
This Finance Manual sets out policies and procedures needed for the efficient and effective management of the agency and effective operation of internal controls.