News - Kiribati
28 Sep 2016
The Pacific island nation of Kiribati, considered to be among the world’s most vulnerable to the effects of climate change, has installed solar on four government-owned facilities, as part of...
14 Mar 2016
SUVA, March 14 (Xinhua) -- Dame Meg Taylor, secretary general of the Pacific Islands Forum's secretariat has written to congratulate Kiribati's newly-elected President Taneti Maamau, the...
11 Aug 2015
Children in Kiribati are among the first countries located in the Pacific region to use the rotavirus vaccine to protect against a potentially deadly virus. There have been several diarrhea...
21 Jul 2015
Army nurse Captain (CAPT) Hayley Claridge, who grew up in Napier and now lives in Palmerston North, is spending much of the winter in warmer climes. CAPT Claridge is working in several Pacific...
11 Jun 2015
A national campaign was launched in Kiribati last week to roll out solar water disinfection or SODIS to improve health and curb diarrheal diseases throughout the country. SODIS is a simple, low...
20 Mar 2015
Kiribati President Anote Tong fears his island nation will not be able to sustain costs from the damage inflicted by the storm generated by Tropical Cyclone Pam and the spring tides that occur in...
4 Nov 2014
A special Connect4Climate prize has been awarded to Tinau – “My Mother”- from UK/Kiribati producer Victoria Burns, exploring the grave concerns of small island nations such her homeland...