Background

Background and establishment.

PRIF is a multi-agency coordination mechanism aimed at improving the delivery of development assistance from donors and development partners to the infrastructure sector in the Pacific region.

Governance

Governance and management

PRIF is a multi-partner investment, coordination and technical facility for improved infrastructure in the Pacific, supported by the Asian Development Bank, the Australian Government - Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, the European Commission, the European Investment Bank, the New Zealand Ministry for Foreign Affairs and Trade and the World Bank Group.

PRIF Support

Technical assistance to Islands Governments

PRIF provides assistance to Pacific island countries for infrastructure activities through advisory and technical assistance: sector-wide analysis, strategy formulation, priority identification and project formulation.

Assistance

Advisory services

PRIF provides technical assistance for advisory and project preparatory support to partner countries.

Support

For partners and Pacific Island Governments.

PRIF provides assistance to Pacific island countries for infrastructure activities through advisory and technical assistance: sector-wide analysis, strategy formulation, priority identification and project formulation.

Access

Importance of infrastructure

Infrastructure links people to services, markets and jobs and helps people to live healthy and productive lives.

Vanuatu

Capital: Port Vila
Population: 264,700
Land area km²: 12,281
GDP (thousands USD): $760,097

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Tuvalu

Capital: Funafuti
Population: 10,900
Land area km²: 26
GDP (thousands USD): $38,178

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Tonga

Capital: Nuku'alofa
Population: 103,300
Land area km²: 749
GDP (thousands USD): $470,669

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Solomon Islands

Capital: Honiara
Population: 610,800
Land area km²: 28,000
GDP (thousands USD): $927,390

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Samoa

Capital: Apia
Population: 187,400
Land area km²: 2,934
GDP (thousands USD): $675,729

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Marshall Islands

Capital: Majuro
Population: 54,200
Land area km²: 181
GDP (thousands USD): $173,700

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Palau

Capital: Ngerulmud
Population: 17,800
Land area km²: 444
GDP (thousands USD): $212,903

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Niue

Capital: Alofi
Population: 1,500
Land area km²: 259
GDP (thousands USD): $22,857

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Nauru

Capital: Yaren
Population: 10,500
Land area km²: 21
GDP (thousands USD): $85,337

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Kiribati

Capital: Tarawa
Population: 108,800
Land area km²: 811
GDP (thousands USD): $170,542

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About PRIF

The Pacific Region Infrastructure Facility. 

PRIF is a multi-agency coordination mechanism aimed at improving the delivery of development assistance from donors and development partners to the infrastructure sector in the Pacific region.

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PRIF database for PRIF members.

Some of these projects are available to the public as well - many projects throughout the Pacific Islands are featured on our website. Please feel free to browse this site.

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