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Vacancy Announcement

Enhancing Food Security in the Context of Global Climate Change (GEF LDCF-I) Project Management Unit (PMU) within ECD-MELAD wishes to annouce its three vacancies now existing as follows: Project Assistant L12/11-10/9 Communication Assistant L10/9-7 Media and Communication Officer L6-5/4 To obtain full details of the vacancies,  visit the ECD and MELAD websites: www.environment.gov.ki and  www.melad.gov.ki Read More

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Stocktaing of tree crops and livestocks on the the pilot islands of LDCF-I project for enhnacing food security in the context of climate change.

2 officers from the Agricultural and Livestock (ALD) department had visited the pilot islands of the LDCF-I project which are Maiana, Abemama and Nonouti from 17th November to 2 December 2019 to work on the islands to enhance the food security from agricultural and livestock programs. The activities carried out were the consultation to the Read More

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Preparation of the game-fishing initiative in Nonouti for the generation of income to enhance food security in the context of climate change.

TAK officials had visited the island of Nonouti to prepare the cultural package before the arrival of the first angler group from 2nd – 9th of September, 2019. The objective of the activity is to target the international anglers for fishing game promotion in order for both the island’s council and the islanders to generate Read More

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Fashion Show (MELAD Week) Program

Thursday 17th October Tenimanraoi Mwaneaba- Betio Opening Function · 8:ooam – 8:30am  – All Divisions arrive · 9:00am – 10:30am – Float start from Taotin Trading Company area to 4Rs Park MC: Raurenti · 10:30am – 10:40am – Communities and Guest should be seated · Opening Prayer · 10:50am – Opening Remarks by MELAD Secretary · 11:00 am – Red Cross Read More

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Kiribati is about to carry out considerable efforts in the implementation of the sound management of chemicals and waste

Kiribati’s ocean waters are amongst the most productive and least polluted on earth. The people of Kiribati have always utilised their natural resources and the marine environment sustains them; they depend on it for food, transport, traditional and culural practices and economic opportunities. An estimated 80% of the population continues to depend primarily on these Read More

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PACNEWS – Atoll nations require immediate action to combat impact of climate change

Atoll nations are on the front line of climate change and require immediate action to combat the impact of land loss, beach erosion, loss of fisheries, and water shortages—a situation that threatens their development and stability, delegates heard at a conference that opened Tuesday.   The conference on Resilient Atoll Nations in Productive Oceans, organised Read More

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First Kiribati Te Boboto Technical Dialogue

The Ministry of Environment, Lands, and Agricultural Development have hosted its first Kiribati Te Boboto Technical Dialogue at the Tarawa Hotel previously known as Otintaai Hotel. The theme of the dialogue is “Achieving KV 20 Aspirations through Innovative and Sustainable Waste Management Solutions,” supporting a clean Environment and Waste free in Kiribati. The dialogue was Read More