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    Senator J. Kalani English

    Hawai’i Senator J. Kalani English is a government leader with 17 years in elected office, and is the Chairman of the Senate Committee on Transportation & International Affairs. The Senator is trained in negotiations and diplomacy, specializing in international relations. His background includes the UN, East-West Center and Harvard JFK School of Government. His focus […]

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    Ratu Ilisoni VUIDREKETI

    Mr. Vuidreketi is the CEO of the South Pacific Tourism Organisation and has over 20 years’ experience in private sector development in the areas of Trade, Investment, Tourism and the development of small and medium enterprises (SMEs). Before joining SPTO in May 2010, he was Fiji’s Trade Commissioner to the USA and Canada based in […]

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    Mr. Timothy Wilcox

    Sub-Regional Coordinator (Pacific) United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNISDR) Mr Timothy Wilcox is Head of UNISDR’s Sub-Regional Office in the Pacific, which covers 17 Pacific Island Countries and Territories, including Australia and New Zealand. He has served in the Australian Public Servicein Canberra and overseas in the Australian Diplomatic Corp in Suva, Fiji. […]

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    Mr. Ropate Ligairi

    Mr Ropate Ligairi is the Permanent Secretary for Agriculture. He spent 31 years with Ministry having started as a Field Assistant in 1981. He was promoted to Agricultural Extension Office in 1983 then moved to the Fiji College of Agriculture where he as a Lecturer in 1989 than a Senior Lecturer and Principal of the […]

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    Mr Shaheen ALI

    Permanent Secretary for Industry and Trade Mr. Shaheen Ali joined the Ministry of Industry and Trade in September 2011 as acting Permanent Secretary and was confirmed in the position in December 2011. He was appointed to the Service on 30/07/97 as a Graduate Trainee with the Ministry of Trade and Commerce. He also served at […]

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    Mr John HOGAN

    Mr John Hogan is the Director of the Economic Development Division (EDD) at the Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC) based in Suva, Fiji. He led the development, design and establishment of the division in 2010, including setting the strategic direction to operationalize energy, ICT outreach and transport (maritime and aviation) programme under the new […]

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    Mr Chey Scovell

    Chey Scovell holds a degree in International Business and Asian Studies (Economics, Political Sc.) from Griffith University and Graduate Diplomas in Export Management and Government (Finance and Management). Having focused his tertiary study and professional interest on Asia and the Pacific he believes sustainable and inclusive economic growth for PNG will come through increased focus […]

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    Geoff Hyde

    Mr. Geoff Hyde M.Sc. (Tourism Planning/Development Economics), B.A. (Leisure Planning) is the Managing Director and Principal Consultant of Sustainable Tourism International Ltd. (STIL), a specialist tourism consultancy company registered in Fiji and dedicated to the principles of sustainable tourism as a tool for socio-economic development. He has 28 years of work experience as a Tourism […]

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    Dr. Alfred Oehlers

    Dr. Alfred Oehlers is a professor at the Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies in Honolulu, Hawaii. His teaching and research focuses on the Pacific islands, with special interests in the political economy of development and interface between development and security, non-traditional security issues, and geopolitical shifts in the region. He currently serves on the Executive […]

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    Dr Temo K WAQANIVALU

    Natural and health disasters are not only common but similar in the sense that to a certain extent they can be prevented. The Pacific region is one of the most disaster-prone regions in the world, and vulnerable to disasters caused by natural hazards such as cyclones, earthquakes, tsunamis, flooding, volcanoes and drought. Health facilities are […]