This project aimedÂ to develop and nurture the structures, processes and capacity necessary to manage community-based fisheries in Kiribati, Solomon
This project aimedÂ to improve the understanding and use of fish in national and regional food systems, and of fisheries and mariculture as a source
Most fish eaten in the Pacific Islands are caught close to shore, but these fisheries are declining due to poor management and rising populations. Cli
Many people in Fiji and Tonga rely on services derived from landscape resources, including agriculture, forestry, livestock, and fishing, for their li
A flourishing agribusiness sector is vital for sustainable economic growth in the Pacific Island countries (PICs).Â
This impact assessment study sought to understand the influence of two major aquaculture‑based livelihood projec
The papers in this monograph explore how to improve financial and broader economic
This is the Bislama translation of “Vanuatu sandalwood: growers’ guide for sandalwood production in Vanuatu”.
ACIAR has supported research into the growing and marketing of sandalwood in Vanuatu.
Pacific island governments and communities are constantly seeking to tap new and established international markets for their farm produce.
ACIAR's work in the South Pacific, focusing on fisheries management, crop improvement and protection and poultry is profiled.