National policies and plans

2021

This report discusses how in 2010, Tonga developed its first Joint National Action Plan on Climate Change Adaption and Disaster Risk Management (JNAP 1). This was a first for the Pacific Islands region.  It makes a lot of sense for Tonga to continue an

Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit United States Agency for International Development European Union United Nations Development Programme Green Climate Fund Government of the Kingdom of Tonga
2018

This is the second version of the Joint National Action Plan on Climate Change and Disaster Risk Management (JNAP2). It sets out six policy objectives and targets and an implementation strategy for the country to achieve its vision of a Resilient Tonga by

Tonga - government
2016

This response plan was developed by the Government of the Kingdom of Tonga and humanitarian and development partners, following Tropical Cyclone Winston which struck the Vava’u island group, in central Tonga, from 16-19 February 2016. It has a 6 month

Tonga - government
2016

The purpose of the policy is to provide a clear vision, goal, and objectives to direct responses to climate change and disaster risk reduction over the next five years.

The policy, and the associated revised Joint National Action Plan for Climate Change

Tonga - government
2012

The purpose of this plan is to explain in detail the mitigation, preparedness, warning, response and recovery arrangements for a tsunami event that might affect Tonga. This plan aims to achieve the following:

  • To assist the coordination of the Tonga
Tonga - government
2012

A declaration adopted by the Member States of the Alliance of Small Island States (AOSIS) on September 27, 2012, on the sidelines of the 67th United Nations General Assembly, calling for urgent action to address the climate change crisis which Small

Alliance of Small Islands States
2010

The development of this Joint National Action Plan on Climate Change Adaptation and Disaster Risk Management is to ensure that Tonga's priorities set forth in its National Strategic Planning Framework, 2009–2014, are addressed and implemented at all

Tonga - government
2007

This act provides for the organization, functioning, powers and responsibilities of emergency management committees and other bodies responsible for disaster management in Tonga, and for the elaboration of national and district emergency management plans.

Tonga - government
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The Tongan Strategic Development Framework 2015-2025: A more progressive Tonga: Enhancing Our Inheritance, presents the Kingdom’s new development framework. The framework consists of the national impact sought by the country, 7+1 National Outcomes and

Tonga - government