Ministry of Education & Training MoET will organize a National Careers Day from 25-26 July at the National Convention Center. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Global Climate Change Week (GCCWeek; http://globalclimatechangeweek.com/) aims to encourage academic communities – including academics, students, and non-academic staff at universities – to engage with each other, their communities, and policy makers on climate change actions and solutions.
In this, its fifth year GCCWeek will take place on October 14-20.
Location: USP-Emalus Conference Room
Date: 27th July 2019
Theme: Storian Blong Yumi: Youth, law and climate change in the Pacific
All are welcome.
Weather extremes and reports of disasters make it clear: Climate change is dramatically picking up speed. At the same time there is a continuing increase in carbon dioxide concentration and other climate-damaging emissions. Scientists make it clear that there is an increasingly urgent need of acting now in order to stabilize our planet Earth in a habitable condition.
Climate change is the defining issue of our time and now is the defining moment to do something about it. There is still time to tackle climate change, but it will require an unprecedented effort from all sectors of society. To boost ambition and accelerate actions to implement the Paris Agreement on Climate Change, UN Secretary-General António Guterres will host the 2019 Climate Action Summit on 23 September to meet the climate challenge.
Capacity Building and Training Programme on Nationally Determined Contributions (NDC) and National Energy Roadmap (NERM) Monitoring, Reporting and Verification (MRV) Tools
The Ministry of Climate Change in collaboration with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) is pleased to invite you to the above Training. The training will be held at the Vanuatu Meteorology Conference Room from 12th to 14th June 2019.
World Ocean's Day
Question and Answer with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs
World Vision Vanuatu is pleased to announce the launch of our four year "It Takes a World to End Violence Against Children" program, which is part of World Vision International's campaign to End Violence Against Children.
Our launching event will raise awareness around consent in relationships between young men and women in Vanuatu. We have a vision for young men and women, coming to learn about the importance of consent in healthy relationships and feeling empowered to take a stand aginst sexual violence to help create a safe Vanuatu.
The Executive Committee of the VCCI Vanuatu Business Resilience Committee will utilize time on the third day to meet directly with the NDA and Accredited Entities to review outcomes from the tradeshow as well as develop concrete steps and actions to include into the workplans of VBRC and the NDA.
The format will be informal, but facilitated by the Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat. Space will be given for bilateral discussions as required.
Vanuatu’s Private Sector in cooperation with the Ministry of Climate Change (National Designated Authority to the Green Climate Fund) is hosting a one-day mini-trade-show on Climate Financing in Port Vila, on 5 April 2018
• Highlight Vanuatu private sector’s climate adaptation and mitigation services, products & investment opportunities
• Enhance relationship between Vanuatu’s private sector and accredited entities to major climate funds
Purpose: The workshop will provide SMEs with a comprehensive introduction to business resilience, including disaster risk assessment, and planning to prepare for, respond to, and recover from a disaster – business continuity planning. After the training, SMEs should be able to do a basic risk assessment and develop basic preparation, response and recovery plans.
Dear Climate-L readers,
Country delegates, experts and representatives from relevant observer organizations are invited to register for the Suva expert dialogue, which will take place on 2–3 May 2018, during the Climate Change Conference in Bonn, Germany. Please note that the participants to the Suva expert dialogue are required to have official access to the World Conference Centre.
The Pacific Community (SPC), and the UN Food and Agriculture Organisation are running a consultation on the preliminary findings of the Vanuatu gender and agriculture assessment to seek feedback and views from key stakeholders in government, civil society and the private sector working in agriculture and rural development.