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This is the second of two linked In Briefs looking at undersea internet cables in the Pacific region.
This is the first of two In Briefs looking at undersea internet cables in the Pacific region.
The Pacific Islands region is rapidly urbanising with mounting social and ecological pressures, as has been well covered in many earlier DPA publications.
This In Brief examines governance and security issues in three of Honiara’s community markets at Henderson, Fishing Village and White River.
Urban informal (community-based) markets are often neglected by public policy — although prevalent, they are not legally recognised, regulated or financed.
In Honiara, many households rely on income from selling produce in informal (community-based) urban markets, yet little is known about these markets and their economic opportunities.
This In Brief summarises some of the issues discussed at that workshop by leading experts and elaborates on urban issues covered in the
Pacific Island countries are experiencing dramatic social, political and demographic
change as urban populations increase and the flow of people moving from rural villages
Honiara and its surrounding urban areas have the highest levels of population growth in the South Pacific, and the population could treble by 2050.
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