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Isolina Boto posted Information 24 October 2017

Agriculture and Tourism are two critical industries for most Pacific economies, and strengthening linkages between the two will provide new income generation and growth opportunities for value chain actors serving the broader tourism market.

Isolina Boto posted Information 7 September 2017

The European Union and the Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat have signed a Financing Agreement to tackle the root causes of gender inequality and violence against women and girls in the Pacific.

Isolina Boto posted Information 11 July 2017

Women in Business Development (WIBDI) links organic farmers in Samoa with markets. They expand now to organic dried bananas.

Isolina Boto posted Information 2 July 2017

The World Bank data for the first adjustment come from estimates of 2016 GNI per capita which are now available.

David Walker posted Information 26 August 2016

Agriculture is important to households in Samoa to provide food for the family or as a source of income. Most households are engaged in some agricultural activities.

David Walker posted Information 8 April 2016

Prime Minister, Tuilaepa Sa’ilele Malielegaoi, has hailed the Samoa Connectivity Project as an all Samoa initiative, owned by Samoa to benefit the people of Samoa. Speaking during the official signing ceremony of the investors for the Samoa Sub

Etienne Goffin posted Information 3 February 2014

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has released a report, titled ‘Economics of Climate Change in the Pacific,' which estimates the total climate change cost in the Pacific to range from 2.9% to 12.7% of annual GDP by 2100.

ADRIEN Eric posted Information 19 November 2013

[WARSAW] Tiny island states that speck the vast swathe of the Pacific Ocean have a far greater importance in understanding global climate change than their tiny populations would suggest.