Description/achievement of initiative
By improving aviation infrastructure, management and operations, the Pacific Aviation Investment Program will help make air travel to and from the Pacific Islands safer and more efficient. Greater flight access and improved travel conditions will promote tourism and trade, also opening access to jobs, markets and services overseas. It will boost regional integration through shared technology, systems and an effective air transport network.
The Partnership will aim to achieve during the two-year implementation period will include;•providing a coherent process at national and regional levels towards sustainable development by contextualizing the 20 themes;•clearly identifying key actions required, and the amount of resources required to achieve the expected results;•formulating a monitoring and evaluation mechanism for countries to gauge their performances towards the implementation of Mauritius Strategy; and •fostering regional cooperation and integration, SIDS-SIDS knowledge exchanges, and a methodology to deal with the large asymmetries between the developmental stages of the beneficiary countries.
Arrangements for Capacity-Building and Technology Transfer
Coordination mechanisms/governance structure
Pacific Island Member States: Kiribati; Tuvalu; Tonga; Tuvalu; Samoa; Solomon Islands
Sponsored by World Bank; Government of Australia; Governments of Tonga, Kiribati, Tuvalu