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Building resilient futures
for our Island people

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Welcome to PRP

The Pacific Resilience Partnership (PRP) is the umbrella implementation mechanism for the Framework for Resilience Development in the Pacific (FRDP) and was established in 2017.

The FDRP provides high level strategic guidance to different stakeholder groups on how to enhance resilience to climate change and disasters in ways that contribute to and are embedded in sustainable development.

With three strategic goals in mind.

Latest News & Events

  • CB SS

    Climate Resilience for Business Sustainability Training

    The Climate Resilience for Business Sustainability training program was launched

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    JOINT RELEASE: Solomon Islands Government sets a path forward for its climate finance priorities

    Honiara, Solomon Islands, December 7 – The Solomon Islands Government has launched a keystone publication to help the country improve access to climate finance and effectively utilize this financing, through strengthened resource management and coordination between the Government and development partners.

  • Samoa

    Private Sector engagement with Government on Climate Change Adaptation

  • Awards

    Pacific emerging creatives recognized through award ceremony

    Forum Secretariat, Suva, 15 November 2022 -

  • Polynesia Wkshop

    Samoa Climate Financing Workshop Eyes Private Sector Opportunities

    Private sector partnerships on climate resilience have gained momentum after Samoa’s Polynesia Sub-Regional Private Sector Workshop. The 27-29 September workshop focused on improving private sector access to climate finance, and stronger public-private partnerships.

  • PACRES SC 2022

    PACRES Holds its Steering Committee Meeting in Nadi, 2022

    The Pacific Adaptation to Climate Change and Resilience Building (PACRES) project will hold its Project Stee

Useful Resources

  • PREP Experience

    Resilience Development Financing in the Pacific - The PREP Experience

    Strengthening resilience for PICs is therefore critical given the highly uncertain future they now face. Targeted investments in resilience building are therefore critical. Priority areas of investment that include the need to strengthen disaster early warning and preparedness, and to mainstream disaster risk and climate change into development planning and financing in PICs.

    Recognizing these critical needs, the World Bank provided an opportunity for targeted resilient development and engaged with three PICs; Republic of Marshall Islands (RMI), Tonga, Samoa and two regional organizations; the Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat and the Pacific Community (SPC) to implement the Pacific Resilience Program (PREP).

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    Resilience Financing - The Tonga Experience

    The purpose of this report is to capture the key learning from the Tonga DRF experience for the purpose of strengthening awareness of the drivers of comprehensive resilience including that of financial protection.

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Get Involved

The PRP is an open-ended partnership and it provides members with a vast array of opportunities to strengthen resilience action. Membership requires no subscription fee and is voluntary; however, formal affiliation is required.