Donor Organization: Pacific Adaptation to Climate Change (PACC)

Exeuctive & Partner Organization: 

  • Executive: MAL and MECDM
  • Partners: UNDP,  SPREP and ACOM


An adaptation implementation project. PACC is a regional project that aims to significantly improve the effectiveness of the response to climate change in the Pacific. The project will improve technical capacities to support appropriate adaptation centric policies, demonstrate cost effective adaptation techniques in Agriculture, water and coastal sectors and promote regional cooperation. It is designed to to lay the framework for effective and efficient future investment on the climate change adaptation in the Pacific.

Aims: To enhance the capacity of Solomon Islands (and other participating countries) to adapt to climate change, including climate variability, in key development sectors.

Objectives: The main objective of this project is to “increase the resilience and enhance adaptive capacity of communities, socio-economic activities and infrastructure”. This objective will be achieved through a project “Piloting climate change adaptation in food production and food security in a small island of Solomon Islands.” This project will also focus on enhancing, and where necessary, increasing food production and improving food security in a small island. The implementation of adaptation activities relating to food production and food security entails a myriad of activities that will also transcend water resources and coastal zone management.

Location: Ontong Java, Sikaiana and Fenualoa ( Reef Islands)

Time Frame:  Sept 2009 - Dec 2014

Total Cost/Budget: USD$750,000.00

Status: Ongoing

Sector: Agriculture and Food security

Expected Outputs/Outcomes: 

  1. Development of the National Climate Change Policy.
  2. Promotion of Demostrating Best Practice Adaptation on food security and food production. 

Contact Person(s):

  • Casper Supa (PACC Project Coordinator), (677) 28337

National Climate Change Policy: N/A

Amount of Project Budget Spent to Date: N/A

Percentage of Project Budget Spent to Date: N/A