NEWS & RESOURCES
Girl playing with the waves, Tuvalu. Photo: UNDP Pacific Office in Fiji
UNDP and SPC partnership to improve Tuvalu’s resilience to coastal flooding.
Addressing the impacts and causes of climate change must begin with strengthening nations' ability to make decisions about their own future. And this means investing in the very people who will help shape those decisions.
As the Tuvalu Coastal Adapation Project launches, celebration in Funafuti. Regional Technical Advisor Yusuke Taishi shares his thoughts on the occasion.
UNDP-supported, Green Climate Fund (GCF) financed project will benefit one in three people in one of the world’s most vulnerable Small Island Developing States.
Tuvalu has become the first Pacific Island country to sign the Financing Framework Agreement to access funds for coastal protection activities from the Green Climate Fund.
The Green Climate Fund is transferring funds to help strengthen the island nation of Tuvalu against the double climate threats of rising sea levels and destructive cyclones.
Aerial view of Tuvalu. Photo by Bakhodir Burkhanov/UNDP
The wave surge caused by Cyclone Pam destroyed large parts of Tuvalu's ocean facing coastline. Photo: Silke von Brockhausen/UNDP
Lucy Solomon has problems finding healthy food for her three children after Cyclone Pam destroyed home gardens and crops. Photo: Silke von Brockhausen/UNDP
Tuvalu's Prime Minister Enele Sopoaga speaking at the official launch of the TCAP project, 29 August 2017. Photo by UNDP
Group photo at the launch of the TCAP project, 29 August 2017. Photo by UNDP
Launch of logo competition. Photo by UNDP
The Tuvalu Coastal Adaptation Project invited primary school students to design a project logo. 12-year old Ms Fogaese Lisale of Funafuti won the contest" -- see https://twitter.com/TCAPforTu8/status/958560191708004353