Digital Exchange Empowering the Pacific Region (DEEPR)

Posted on 01/30/2024

The Digital Exchange Empowering the Pacific Region (DEEPR) platform is a digital learning and exchange portal developed under the BELUU initiative. It aims to serve the needs of the Innovation Grantees, Community of Practice (CoP) and interested parties in the region by providing open access to a knowledge base of technical resources and links relevant to Women’s Economic Empowerment (WEE) and the Blue and Green Economies.

DEEPR is available for public use and access. You may access the DEEPR Platform through this link.

For instructions on how to use and navigate the site, you may watch this demo walkthrough video and refer to the online narrative manual.

The BELUU team identified 4 local organizations from each country to serve as physical access points for the DEEPR platform, called DEEPR hosts. Below is the list of hosts:

The Republic of Palau:

Palau Entrepreneurs for Growth

DOUREOR, Meda Terrace - Unit B, 1st Floor, P.O. Box 1173, Koror, Palau

Telephone: (680) 775-2296, (415) 754-5417

The Republic of Marshall Islands:

College of the Marshall Islands

Delap-Uliga-Djarrit, P.O. Box 1258, Majuro Atoll, Marshall Islands

Telephone: (692) 455-6357

Nauru: To be finalized.

Tuvalu: To be finalized.

Please feel free to drop by these spaces for computer use and internet connectivity to access the DEEPR platform. Innovation grantees may use these resources to submit their reports, attend virtual meetings, and work with their mentors/technical advisors. Please approach personnel in the respective locations for guidelines on the use of the facility and register on the logbook.

BELUU invites CoP members and other organizations to contribute their tools and curricula and provide references to materials and other learning materials that are available as public goods. If you wish to contribute your material or provide a link, please go to the Contribute to the Resources page and fill out the form.

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