Waigina Island is a project site of the PEBACC Project in the Solomon Islands.
Below are some pictures of activities by the Project on the island.
Community workshop to introduce the ESRAM study
in the local i-Kiribati dialect, Nikumaroro Village,
a project site of PEBACC, Waigina Island,
A group of men from Nikumaroro Village document and
map the land and sea ecosystem uses on which they
Assessing the extent and condition of mangroves in
the upstream reaches of the Seleana River,
Curious children from Tekaranga Village look on as
SPREP representative Fred Tabepuda surveys
local well water
A local seaweed farm, Wagina Island
PEBACC workshop with traditional leaders on
Taveuni island in Fiji on nature-based solutions
to climate change, August 2016
Traditional leaders on Taveuni Island discussing nature
-based solutions to climate change, August 2016.
Somosomo villagers on Taveuni island depend on this
river, a natural resource for their everyday living,
Traditional farmers, Somosomo village, Taveuni Island,
Road-side market selling organic dalo, Taveuni Island,
More discussion around nature-based solutions to
climate change, Somosomo village, August 2016.
discussions around nature-based solutions, Taveuni,
ESRAM study in Port Vila and Tanna - photos
A group discussion at the Wan Smol Bag Theatre as
part of the ESRAM study in Port Vila.
Field visit to Seaside area, coastal ecosystem, Port
ESRAM discussions with Seaside community, Port
Field visit to Hideaway island to study the reef.
Hideaway Island is a tourist island close to Port Vila.
ESRAM discussions with stakeholders, Tanna Island.
PEBACC Country Manager for Vanuatu meets the
Tafea Provincial Secretary General.
Traditional house, Tanna Island.