The thought of losing her island home to the threats of Climate Change is one of the things that linger now and then For Nauru lass-Kalvary Porte.

Porte was among 40 Regional Participants at the Launch of  the International Organization for Migration climate change and migration Project held at the Holiday Inn in Suva Today.

The 3 year Project is focused on helping Pacific Island Governments to address challenges associated with Climate change and Disaster Related Migration in the Region.

Nauru lass-Kalvary Porte says the threat of Sea Level Rise is definitely a Sad reality for vulnerable countries like hers. She hopes her Government can figure out some adaptation and mitigation Policy against Climate Change.

For Tonga Native-Fololita Sila having recently gone through Tropical Cyclone Gita – is still something her island home is still recovering from.

She says the effects of climate change can be seen in most of the outlying islands in Tonga from Coastal erosion, drought,  and sea level rise.

Government, civil society, UN Agencies and Donor Representatives from around the Region will be part of the 3 Day event .

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