Public Sector Financial Management
Improved quality of life and economic opportunities for the residents of Honiara
Support the Government of Vanuatu to prepare its Third National Communication (TNC) and First Biennial Report under the UNFCCC (FBUR)
To strengthen the national and provincial disaster response network and complement the existing SOP (Standard Operating Procedures) through training and the practice of a timely effective and well coordinated response to a rapid onset disaster affecting Vanuatu.
INDC are a key tool for Government to communicate internationally on how the country intends to contribute for the post-2020 period and be part of the global efforts to addressing climate change.
The 'Governance for Growth Phase 3 Design' outlines Australia's support to the Vanuatu Government to remove constraints and bottlenecks to economic growth, improve service delivery through policy, regulatory and management reforms and improve public financial management under Vanuatu's Priorities and Action Agenda from 2017 – 2021.
National Adaptation Programmes of Action (NAPAs) provide a process for Least Developed Countries (LDCs) to identify priority activities that respond to their immediate needs to adapt to climate change, ultimately leading to the implementation of projects aimed at reducing the economic and social costs of climate change. The Solomon Islands NAPA has determined, through a broad national consultative process, that agriculture, human settlements, water and sanitation and human health are priority vulnerable sectors requiring urgent support to enhance resilience against the predicted impacts of
All policing, justice and community services to promote justice and provide fair and equitable services to meet the needs of the community, the rule of law and protection of human rights.
To reduce the vulnerability as well as the social , economic and environmental costs of disasters caused by natural hazards.