Solomon Islands is one of the most disaster-prone countries in the Pacific region and in the world. In 2021, the World Risk Report put the Solomon Islands as the second most at risk country when it comes to disasters.
UNOSAT experts delivered a series of tailored training in November and December 2022 in 3 countries of the Pacific: Vanuatu, the Solomon Islands, and Fiji. Building upon past activities, these sessions aimed to enhance GIS capacity for Climate Resilience.
United Nations Institute for Training and Research
Profiles of advocates working to reduce the risks faced by people living with disabilities, and to make disaster risk reduction, essential services and whole societies across the Asia-Pacific region more inclusive for people living with disabilities.
This report explores the roles and impact of organisations of persons with disabilities in Vanuatu and Solomon Islands, identifying challenges and enablers affecting their contributions to the disaster preparedness and response sector.
A new US$24 million World Bank project will strengthen government delivery of essential infrastructure and services for communities and support economic development across all nine provinces in the Solomon Islands.
This country profile for the Solomon Islands provides a summary of available evidence on climate hazards, health vulnerabilities, health impacts and progress to date in health sector efforts to realize a climate-resilient health system.
World Health Organization
Pan American Health Organization
United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change
This document aims to succinctly summarize the climate risks faced by the Solomon Islands. This includes rapid onset and long-term changes in key climate parameters, as well as impacts of these changes on communities, livelihoods and economies.