Tokelau Community-Centered Sustainable Development (CCSDP)
The Community-Centred Sustainable Development Programme (CCSDP) is a community-centred Joint Government of the Cook Islands, Niue, Samoa and Tokelau/UN initiative that enables community members to organize for collective action, by pooling resources and building solidarity towards resolving common problems and achieving a shared vision for community advancement.
The CCSDP’s overall objectives are:
- to build gender-sensitive community capacity to sustainably manage environmental and income-generating initiatives that emanate from and through community-led planning processes; and
- to support communities in building an eco-friendly economy that incorporates climate change adaptation and risk-reduction measures.
Outcomes and Outputs
The project aims to;
- Create model villages, whereby a diverse and complimentary array of projects are holistically integrated into one coherent strategy within a village;
- Build on successful ongoing projects, and transform past transactional projects into sustainable projects;
- Link up with the Council for Regional Organizations in the Pacific (CROP) and other UN agencies, major donors, NGOs, CSOs and other initiatives in order to harmonize development initiatives; and
- Share best practices, engage in a process of cross-fertilization of ideas and build national/local capacity.
- Operationally closed
- Project cycle
- 2005 - 2013
- USD 200,000
- Focus Areas
- Women's Empowerment
Environment & Energy
- Atafu, Fakaofo, Nukunofu and Taupulega village, Tokelau
- Contact at UNDP
- Jaime Aguinaga