November 28, 2017
Agritourism Policy Setting Workshop, 21-22 November 2017, Honiara, Solomon Islands
The Solomon Islands held a 'Policy Setting Workshop', organised by the government of the Solomon Islands, CTA, the Pacific Island Private Sector Organisation (PIPSO), the South Pacific Tourism Organisation (SPTO), the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), and the Pacific Community (SPC), in Honiara, 21-22 November, to establish the main elements for a national agritourism policy. Over 40 representatives discussed the opportunities for linkages between the agriculture, tourism and trade sectors.
April 20, 2017
Setting a science, technology and innovation agenda for addressing development challenges
Since 2013, experts in the EU and South Pacific have come together through the Pacific-Europe Network (PACE-Net Plus) project, a bi-regional platform to build cooperation in science, technology and innovation (ST&I). For three years, 16 partners, including CTA, brought big ideas and ambitions for strengthening EU-Pacific research cooperation to address global challenges such as food and nutrition security, climate change and health.
January 8, 2018
Data4Ag Week 2017, 20-24 November 2017, The Hague, Netherlands
CTA has recently interviewed Marissa Areli, Senior Data Officer at Women in Business Development Incorporated (WIBDI). WIBDI is dedicated to strengthening Samoan village economies and promote fair trade. Marissa Areli joined WIBDI in July 2015. Her work involves transferring farmer information, such as type of production, income status and village name into online reports, to help connect farmers to the market and tourists to the farmers.
November 20, 2017
Agritourism Policy Setting workshop, 21-22 November 2017, Honiara, Solomon Islands
A two-day workshop is being organised by the Government of the Solomon Islands in partnership with CTA, the Pacific Island Private Sector Organisation (PIPSO), the South Pacific Tourism Organisation (SPTO), the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), and the Pacific Community (SPC). All key stakeholders in the agriculture, tourism, trade and health sectors will be brought together with the aim of developing and supporting local businesses in serving tourism-related markets in the Solomon Islands.