Thursday, December 8, 2022

PILNA receives endorsement on new modalities of reporting data

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The ninth meeting of the Pacific Islands Literacy and Numeracy Assessment (PILNA) Steering Committee has endorsed a new interactive reporting technique proposed by the...

New education study offers strategies to fill COVID learning gaps

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Report urges governments to build resilient education systems to ensure sustained learning for all A new education study has identified strategies governments can use to...

Glasgow Climate Change Conference: A Glass Half Empty

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By Ian Fry For many, the Glasgow Climate Change Conference, known as COP26, was a significant disappointment. Much had been promised by the UK...

Pacific’s urgent call to climate action as crunch talks loom

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Pacific island leaders have urged industrialised nations to bring plans for real action, not good intentions, to upcoming climate talks, painting a grim picture...

PNG is qualified to talk about the impacts of climate change at UNGA and...

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Papua New Guinea Prime Minister James Marape, says PNG has experienced the impacts of climate change, therefore, he as the leader is qualified to...

USP made $34.2m surplus, says Nauru President Aingimea

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The University of the South Pacific(USP) has produced a record $34.2 million (US$16 .4 million) surplus in the last financial year when millions of...

Nauru’s president aims fire at Fiji in support of USP Vice-Chancellor

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Nauru’s president has released part of a previously confidential investigation into mismanagement at the University of the South Pacific in defence of the institution’s...

Nauru president praises USP for its global top 10 percent university ranking

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Nauru President Lionel Aingimea has praised the University of the South Pacific (USP) for becoming ranked among the world’s top 10 percent of universities...

Pacific Community warns of threat to education retention in the wake of COVID-19

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Before the pandemic, many Pacific Island countries grappled with low numbers of students completing secondary education. Now experts in the region are concerned that the...

Fiji USP threat draws ire in New Zealand

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The New Zealand Government says it remains concerned by the ongoing management and governance challenges at the University of the South Pacific(USP). Last week the...

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EU adding tax-haven blacklist unfair: OACPS SG Chikoti

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By Pita Ligaiula in Luanda, Angola The European Union (EU) blacklisting member states of the Organisation of African, Caribbean and Pacific (OACPS) has been...

OACPS recognises private sector is key to sustainable development

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By Pita Ligaiula in Luanda, Angola The Organisation of African, Caribbean and Pacific States (OACPS) recognises private sector as a main development actor,” says...

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