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03
Aug
From
3 August 2015 to 7 August 2015
in (Marshall Islands)
Organised bySPREP

One of the two workshops that were held in Majuro, Republic of Marshall
Islands in 2015, the event brought together 37 participants from 7 different
departments, an NGO as well as a local university. This workshop build
capacity in data analysis and indicator drafting and defence for inclusion in
the SoE. 

05
Aug
From
5 August 2014 to 8 August 2014
in Nadi (Fiji)
Organised bySPREP

Access and benefit sharing workshops were held in Nadi and Sydney to support
PICs understanding and potentially becoming members of ABS. It is hoped that
at least four extra Pacific ACP countries will become party to particular
MEAs and benefit from SPREP’s advice on benefits of becoming party.

17
Feb
From
17 February 2015 to 20 February 2015
in (Marshall Islands)
Organised bySPREP

One of the two workshops that were held in Majuro, Republic of Marshall
Islands in 2015, the event brought together 32 participants from 7 different
departments, an NGO as well as a local university. The workshop included
capacity building on the SoE process and identification of indicators as well
as data collection. 

28
Sep
From
28 September 2015 to 1 October 2015
in (Vanuatu)
Organised bySPREP

The Pacific hub piloted the new guidelines in capacity building activities
 in Tuvalu (February 4th - 6th, 12 participants), Marshall Islands (August
3-7, 37 participants) Vanuatu (September 28th - October 1st, 16
participants).   

03
Aug
From
3 August 2015 to 7 August 2015
in (Marshall Islands)
Organised bySPREP

The Pacific hub piloted the new guidelines in capacity building activities
 in Tuvalu (February 4th - 6th, 12 participants), Marshall Islands (August
3-7, 37 participants) Vanuatu (September 28th - October 1st, 16
participants). 

11
Aug
From
11 August 2014 to 15 August 2014
in Nadi (Fiji)
Organised bySPREP

Joint MEA's workshop was held to harmonize and coordinate the work of these
three MEAs in the region with the ultimate goal of reducing the
administrative burden on Pacific Island countries that are Parties to these
three Conventions. ABS supported at this workshop.

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