The largest tuna processing facility in China is the fish caught by its Kiribati-based vessels.
After a year without clean water, Banaba Island now has access to freshwater.
A charter vessel will ship a desalination plant to the people of Banaba to have freshwater access after a year of drought.
Banaba Island struggles with access to freshwater supplies due to compounded severe drought for a year.
No longer a poster child for climate risks, Kiribati is pushing to meet the challenges, adopting a comprehensive approach to climate resilience.
Kiribati is located in the central Pacific Ocean. People living on an isolated island community in the Pacific Ocean are finding ways to reduce their dependence on expensive imported food while promoting climate resilient farming techniques, thanks to a programme supported by the UN Development Programme (UNDP). Islanders in Kiribati have long recognized that they […]
The World Bank’s Board of Executive Directors has approved US$15 million in support to the government of Kiribati to significantly strengthen the water supply for the island of South Tarawa. Approved on December 13,The South Tarawa Water Supply Project will help provide people on South Tarawa, Kiribati’s most populated island, with better access to a safe, reliable, […]