A key request from the outcome of the 2014 Third International Conference on SIDS - the SAMOA Pathway - was the establishment of the SIDS Partnership Framework, designed to monitor progress of existing, and stimulate the launch of new, genuine and durable partnerships for the sustainable development of SIDS.
Guided by a member States driven Steering Committee, the framework has since its launch ensured that SIDS partnerships have remained high on the UN’s agenda, providing a multi-stakeholder platform for reviewing progress made by SIDS partnerships, and for sharing of good practices and lessons learned among all stakeholders, on an annual basis.
Tackling Marine Pollution in the form of Abandoned, Lost, or Discarded Fishing Gear (ALDFG) in Vanuatu
Documentation of monuments threatened by climate change in Palau (Dokumentation vom Klimawandel gefährdeter Monumente in Palau)
Depiction of future climate impacts via immersive technologies [Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality and Artificial Intelligence]
Fundação Príncipe – A local NGO representing an 8-year partnership between Civil Society, Communities and Local Government to promote the sustainable development of the SIDS of Príncipe Island.