Information, Communications & Extension

The ICE thematic group contributes to achieving LRD objectives of improving food security and well-being of member countries by promoting innovative extension approaches to communicate information and promote new technologies for the sustainable management of agricultural and forest resources.
 



Pacific-Caribbean learning exchange to strengthen capacity for researchers and extension officers
Tuesday, 11 October 2016 17:20

KINGSTON, Jamaica – Nine Pacific Island researchers and extension officers commenced a two week learning exchange in the Caribbean islands of Jamaica ....

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New book improves knowledge of climate change impacts on Pacific crops, livestock and forests
Wednesday, 29 June 2016 10:25

Climate change will have a negative impact on the overall productivity of agriculture and forestry across the Pacific Islands region in the coming dec....

 
Better Pacific fisheries and agriculture statistics to help improve livelihoods of millions
Tuesday, 06 October 2015 13:06

JOINT MEDIA RELEASE

5 October, 2015


Nadi, Fiji – Planners, statisticians and policy makers from 13 Pacific Island countries are gathering in Nadi, Fiji....

 
SPC facilitates training in the use of web online applications to promote information sharing
Monday, 20 October 2014 08:15
'Vanuatu is a young state as far as information and communication technology (ICT) is concerned and the development of ICT is very important for the s....
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ICELRD’s core business is to improve the food and nutritional security of the Pacific Community through the sustainable management and development of land, agriculture and forestry resources. This is accomplished through the delivery of technical support, training and advice to our member country governments in the areas of plant protection, conservation and use of plant genetic resources, animal health and production, agroforestry, sustainable systems for agriculture, forestry and land management, and biosecurity and trade facilitation.

The Heads of Agriculture and Forestry Services (HOAFS) is the leading regional body providing guidance to LRD work plans. The biannual HOAFS Meeting endorses LRD work plans and budget. The office of the LRD Executive acts as the Secretariat for HOAFS.