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08 June 2021 | dataset

Total Weight of Produce by Source in Honiara City Market

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To provide an enabling environment for the socio-economic development of the Solomon Islands through the application of necessary safeguards with regard to:sustainable use of natural resources, the provision of meteorological services, reducing the risk and impact of climate change and other hazards to communities, leading and managing disaster preparedness and their consequences.

The MECDM has 4 Divisions and 1 Office which include: Climate Change Division (CCD), Corporate Services Division, Environment & Conservation Division (ECD), Meteorological Services Division, National Disaster Management Office (NDMO)

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This dataset is related to the "Traditional Diet" indicator. This indicator assesses the role of traditional diets, in particular their contribution to human health. In the survey report on food security conducted in Honiara City Market the main groups of dietary diversity found were: Beans/Legumes, Fruits, Gourds, Leafy Greens, Nuts, Root Vegetables, Poultry and Seafood. Most fruits are sourced from East and West Guadalcanal, followed by Savo Island, however Fruit from Nggela is heavier. Seafood is mostly coming from ‘Other’ places, including Western Province. T

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Field Value
Publisher Solomon Islands Ministry of Environment, Climate Change, Disaster Management and Meteorology
Modified 08 June 2021
Release Date 08 June 2021
Homepage URL https://www.researchgate.net/publication/324497927_Food_Security_in_Solomon_Isl…
Identifier aaae651e-e688-48f0-bc9e-6898033f30df
Spatial / Geographical Coverage Location Solomon Islands
Language English
License Public
[Open Data]
Author N. Georgeou, C. Hawksley, J. Monks, A Ride, M. Ki’i, L. Barratt
Contact Name Dr. Nichole Georgeou
Contact Email n.georgeou@westernsydney.edu.au