Niue took another step today on the way to achieving its climate and energy security goals, with the signing of an agreement on a new project that will focus on accelerating renewable energy and energy efficiency.The new Resident Representative (RR) for the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Samoa Multi-Country Office (MCO) today presented his credentials to Niue’s Premier, signaling the beginning of his official duties in Niue.
Niue took another step today on the way to achieving its climate and energy security goals, with the signing of an agreement on a new project that will focus on accelerating renewable energy and energy efficiency.The new Resident Representative (RR) for the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Samoa Multi-Country Office (MCO) today presented his credentials to Niue’s Premier, signaling the beginning of his official duties in Niue.
The new Resident Representative for the United Nations’ Development Programme (UNDP) Samoa multi-country office today presented his credentials to Samoa’s Prime Minister, thus signaling the official start of his term in Samoa.
Following the success of the Village Leadership Development Initiative (VLDI) Training of Trainers in July 2019, two representatives from that training organised and facilitated a training for female employees at the Samoa Airport Authority (SAA) for seven days from 21st – 29th October 2019.
As part of a Small Island Developing State, it is already at serious risk from sea-level rise, which increases the risk of flooding and coastal erosion, as well as the impact of more frequent and intense tropical storms, more rainfall and higher temperatures.
Sport is increasingly being used as an effective tool to respond to the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and sexually transmitted infections (STIs) in Samoa.

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Population

17.1

Basic Needs Poverty

5.4%

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