Local Study into Local Compost Production in Tuvalu

Tuvalu is the fourth smallest independent state in the world, and as a collection of low-lying atolls with low soil fertility, is particularly vulnerable to climate change associated impacts on the food security of its population.

This report explores the use of ‘incentivized models’ for compost production. It also identifies any factors relevant to Tuvaluan community community members or actors in the compost sector to ensure that benefits from development assistance are effectively maintained over time. 

This publication has been produced as part of the Tuvalu Food Futures Project and has been funded by the Australian Government through the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.

The cover of the guide, which has a photo of people planting vegetables, and one page of the document
Themes: Climate Resilience
Resource Types: Manuals
Locations: Tuvalu