Vanuatu signs on to the United Nations’ Pacific sustainable development strategy for next five years

Vanuatu Prime Minister Charlot Salwai signs off on the UN Pacific strategy for 2018-2022 with Osnat Lubrani of UNOCHA. Photo: UN Pacific

Vanuatu Prime Minister Charlot Salwai (centre) signs off on the UN Pacific strategy for 2018-2022 with UN Resident Coordinator Osnat Lubrani. Photo: UN Pacific 

The Vanuatu Government has signed on to the United Nations’ Pacific strategy for

Pacific countries for 2018–2022. The strategy outlines all of the different UN agencies’ work to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) for Vanuatu and the rest of the Pacific islands region. Covered are climate change, disaster resilience, environmental protection, gender-sustainable and inclusive economic service for health and education protection, and human rights. The agreement solidifies UN commitments to Vanuatu for the next five years.

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