Key Result Area 1: Policy Development

Understanding the agricultural and forestry national policy landscape is a key first step for any national and regional policy intervention. The baseline at the commencement of the project was that it was not easily determinable as to which countries had national level agricultural policies, its status and what the priorities were for the sector.

  • Pacific Agriculture Policy Inventory & Baseline Analysis

    What do they Say and Where to Next?

  • Inventory of key national policies presentation

Agriculture Policy Bank Launch for Samoa

What: Launch of Samoa’s Agriculture Policy Bank
When: 13 October at 10:15am
Where: Malaefatu Park, Sogi Apia, Samoa

Tonga receives resilient crop varieties from the Pacific Community

A special ceremony was held in Nuku’alofa, Tonga on 22 July where the Pacific Community (SPC) handed over new varieties of crops as tissue culture material and vegetable seedlings to support Tonga in their quest to sustain food, nutrition and livelihood security.

Capacity building to transform the agricultural information and knowledge sector in Pacific region

Suva, Fiji – Participants from 10 Pacific Island countries, including from the private sector and farmers’ organisations, will attend a regional workshop next week to strengthen knowledge management capacity to support access to national agricultural policy, research and market information.

Pacific Soil Partnership establishes way forward for region’s soils

Suva, Fiji - Pacific Island countries and territories must take a common approach to tackle challenges relating to the region’s widespread decline in soil quality.

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