All about the Pacific Resilience Partnership
The key elements PRP's agenda.
The PRP taskforce's objectives.
Risk governance, localisation, working groups and TWG Information Knowledge Management (IKM)
Members behind The PRP
The support unit's objectives.
Framework for Resilient Development in the Pacific.
Pacific Resilience Partnership Youth Resilience
Resources and Communication Tools
Briefs on the progress of FRDP and the PRP.
Factsheets and other publications.
Case studies in English and French
PRP Communications Guidelines
FRDP M&E Strategy and Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Needs Assessment (ME&LNA) Report
Illustrations for building resilience to climate change and disasters.
A full list of all resources.
Past and upcoming PRP events
Upcoming Events in our region.
Events that have occurred in the past.
Register for upcoming events.
2021 Pacific Resilience Meeting
2019 Pacific Resilience Meeting
A selection of drawing entries from the competitions held earlier in 2021.
Some of our coloring entries from the competitions held earlier in 2021.
News articles and press releases.
A selection of PRP videos
Call for Entries to PRP Youth Competitions. Entries are open to people between ages of 6-35 from PICTs. Competition closes on 29th July 2022 (Fiji Time).
The Compendium showcases programmes and projects that address climate and disaster risks, through climate change adaptation, disaster risk management.
The development of a PRP Charter is a key part of the 9-point strategy and provides clarity on what the PRP is and the roles and obligations of its members.
A copy of the PRP Charter is available on the link below.
PRP Charter - English
PRP Charter - French