Small Island Developing States Network (SIDSnet)
Réseau des Petits États insulaires en développement
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as a project within H-XF1741 - Sustainable Development Networking Programme - UNDP (SDNP) and with the cooperation of F-XF5450 - Alliance of Small Island States (AOSIS) and funds from Spain. Currently administered Small Island Developing States (SIDS) Unit of the A-XA3375 - United Nations (UN)'s Department of Economic and Social Affairs (DESA).
Link island nations worldwide through the Internet on issues related to sustainable development; build capacity development through education for sustainable development for SIDS; facilitate and coordinate partnerships; track and support international meetings and inter-governmental processes; fill in gaps in data availability through collection of data and statistical information; strengthen inter-regional exchange and SIDS-SIDS cooperation, North-South cooperation, and Triangular cooperation; enable information sharing on best practices and success stories; provide a platform to build consensus on island issues, take action and manage knowledge and information, initially on biodiversity, climate change, coastal and marine resources, energy resources, freshwater resources, land resources, natural disasters, waste management and sustainable tourism.
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