FFA Members

The Pacific Island Forum Fisheries Agency has 17 members, including many small island developing states. FFA members, with varying levels of development and other cultural and social differences, exercise their common concern for the state of tuna stocks in the region through membership of FFA. As members, they shape the policy direction of fisheries management, control and development across the region and recieve expertise and support to manage tuna within their own waters.

Australia

Canberra
Population: 22,906,400

Cook Islands

Rarotonga
Population: 14,974

Federated States of Micronesia

Palikir
Population: 101,351

Fiji

Suva
Population: 858,038

Kiribati

Tarawa
Population: 106,461

Marshall Islands

Majuro
Population: 56,086

Nauru

Nauru
Population: 9,945

New Zealand

Wellington
Population: 4,483,920

Niue

Alofi
Population: 1,613

Palau

Melekeok
Population: 20,901

Papua New Guinea

Port Moresby
Population: 7,059,653

Samoa

Apia
Population: 187,820

Solomon Islands

Honiara
Population: 515,870

Tokelau

Atafu
Population: 1,411

Tonga

Nukua'alofa
Population: 103,036

Tuvalu

Funafuti
Population: 11,323

Vanuatu

Port Vila
Population: 264,652