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CASE STUDY: Food Production on Funaota Islet, Tuvalu

Funded by the Department of Foreign A airs and Trade, the Tuvalu Food Futures Project aims to deliver low cost community-based adaptation activities to address climate change and build resilience in the Pacific. The Tuvalu Food Futures Project has produced this case study on agricultural activities on Funaota islet in the Nukufetau Atoll to document lessons learned for localization of small scale food security activities in Tuvalu.

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Reports
Tuvalu

Food Futures Project Fact Sheet

Food Futures is a two-year program funded by the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT). In this 2-page fact sheet you can learn more about the Food Futures program, including project outcomes and activities. 

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Climate Change
Reports
Kiribati, Tuvalu

Gender Inclusive Communities Through Sanitation Marketing in the Western Pacific

The Western Pacific Sanitation Marketing and Innovation Program (WPSMIP) addresses the sanitation challenges in informal urban settlements in four countries – Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Fiji and Vanuatu – by adopting a demand-driven approach.

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Manuals, Reports

Local Study into Local Compost Production in Tuvalu

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. 

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Climate Change
Manuals
Tuvalu

Local Voices of Resilience - Tuvalu Food Security RAP

This Rapid Assessment of Perceptions (RAP) report presents the perceptions of eight island communities of Tuvalu towards their capacity to review local food resources through the uptake of adaptive and appropriate food producing techniques to increase their resilience to climate change and consumption of local foods.

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Reports
Fiji, Tuvalu

Tuvalu Food Cube Gardening Guide

This guide is to help households or gardening groups in Tuvalu produce as much healthy food, especially leafy green vegetables, from the Biofilta Food Cube.

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Climate Change
Manuals
Tuvalu

Tuvalu Food Security Community Engagement Strategy

The Tuvalu Food Futures Community and Stakeholder Engagement Strategy is a road map of suggestions for the next phases of the Tuvalu Food Futures project - including developing design documentation, and testing project approaches.

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Reports
Tuvalu