Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC)
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An international development organisation serving the Pacific Islands
The Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC) is the premier regional technical and development organisation of the Pacific. An international organisation, SPC works in partnership with its members, other organisations and donors to deliver priority work programmes to member countries and territories. Its work programmes aim to develop the technical, professional, scientific, research, planning and management capability of Pacific Island people and directly provide information and advice, to enable them to make informed decisions about their future development and well-being. SPC is the only bilingual (English/French) regional organisation covering all 22 countries and territories of the Pacific.
A Pacific Island development organisation with a mandate as a technical advisory, training and research organisation, SPC has developed a clear vision of its corporate goals and strategic priorities for the 21st century.
The Secretariat of the Pacific Community's vision into the 21st century is one of a vibrant and dynamic bilingual organisation working in partnership with its members, other organisations and donors, and excelling in the coordination and delivery of priority work programmes to Pacific Island countries and territories.
The philosophy underpinning our vision is 'appropriateness and relevance of programmes; excellence of service; complementarity of approaches; efficiency, effectiveness and transparency of operations; and accountability to member governments, administrations and donor agencies'.
We strive to develop the technical, professional, scientific, research, planning and management capability of Pacific Islands people to enable them to make informed decisions about their future development and well-being.
- Pacific Islands Oceanic Fisheries Management Project
- R2R- Pacific Islands Ridge-to-Reef National Priorities – Integrated Water, Land, Forest and Coastal Management to Preserve Biodiversity, Ecosystem Services, Store Carbon, Improve Climate Resilience and Sustain Livelihoods
- Implementation of Global and Regional Oceanic Fisheries Conventions and Related Instruments in the Pacific Small Island Developing States (SIDS)