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January 2023
Solomon Islands

The report summarizes the discussions and interviews with provincial fisheries officers (PFOs) at the annual PFO conference in Honiara, November 23, 2022.The report also identifies the next steps needed to build a program on fish handling based on input from participants at the Fish Innovation project reflection workshop in Nusatupe, May 16–19, 2023.

January 2022
Solomon Islands

In the Solomon Islands, more than 80% of the population are rural dwellers who commonly build
livelihoods from subsistence agriculture and fisheries. Indigenous people own more than 80% of the
land including the shorelines. Recognizing this customary land tenure, the Solomon Islands Government

Reports & Research
December 2018
Fiji
Mauritius
Dominican Republic
Samoa
Haiti
Vanuatu
Jamaica
Solomon Islands
Guyana
Barbados
Cape Verde

This policy paper focuses on the environmental challenges of sustainable development issues with particular attention to natural resource management, environment and climate change in the food and agriculture sector (including crops, livestock, fisheries and forestry).

Institutional & promotional materials
December 2016
Nepal
Bangladesh
Philippines
Mali
Samoa
Indonesia
Tonga
Thailand
Solomon Islands

This issue contains stories on country level activities and news and updates on events, publications and trainings relater to the gender work in FAO in Asia and the Pacific. There is a report on FAO's contribution to the Sustainable Development Goal Five (SDG5) and a feature article on Isan Indigenous Thai Silk Yarn production.

Journal Articles & Books
December 2016
France
Switzerland
United States of America
Gambia
Sweden
Fiji
China
Indonesia
Australia
United Kingdom
Canada
Congo
Malawi
Solomon Islands
Nepal
Tanzania
Papua New Guinea
India
Mexico
Brazil
Mongolia

Since the 1970s and 1980s, community-based forestry has grown in popularity, based on the concept that local communities, when granted sufficient property rights over local forest commons, can organize autonomously and develop local institutions to regulate the use of natural resources and manage them sustainably.