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Loss of rainforest occurs in part because of a global market failure problem. Markets routinely transmit signals about international demands for forest products such as timber, but fail to transmit signals about demands for preservation. To make efficient resource allocation choices, decision makers need some...
This article argues that public policy processes in Vanuatu, the Solomon Islands, Samoa have insufficiently addressed the context, problems and needs of societies to which policies have been directed.
Tobacco smoking is widespread in the Pacific region. The burden upon health, social and economic elements of the community is likely to be substantial. The environment for action to redress this concern has been provided by the international efforts to establish global commitment to fight...
The NZAID Small Project Scheme for Vanuatu has been in operation for more than five years. It is timely to review how well the scheme fits with the aims and priorities of the NZAID Vanuatu Development Programme Strategy and what its development impact has...
Development of the Vanuatu Education Sector Strategy (VESS) has been led by the Ministry of Education (MoE), which used a broad, consultative approach. The Council of Ministers (CoM) approved the general directions of the VESS in April 2007.
The Evaluation of the Vanuatu Correctional Services Project was commissioned by the three key partners involved in the Project: the Government of Vanuatu (VanGov), the New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affaires and Trade (MFAT) (NZAID Programme), and the Department of Corrections (NZ). The purpose of...
Agriculture provides employment for the vast majority of people in the rural sector who make up approximately 80% of the total population.
With the relatively small resources at its disposal, FSA addresses the broader issues facing the position of agriculture in Vanuatu with vision...
The strategy, agreed with the Government of Vanuatu, sets out the areas of focus (education, governance, economic development and water) and the intended focus of spending.
The WHO Pacific Islands Mental Health Network (PIMHnet) was officially launched at the Meeting of Ministers of Health for the Pacific Island Countries in Port Vila, Vanuatu on 14 March 2007. PIMHnet’s broad objectives are to Key components of PIMHnet’s structure and operation are achieve...