The Republic of Solomon Islands consists of an archipelago of more than 900 small islands, home to over 600,000 inhabitants. Solomon Islands, classified as both a least developed country (LDC) and small island developing state (SIDS), is highly vulnerable to the adverse impacts of climate change. Though the country contributes minimally to global greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, the government has demonstrated willingness to address equally climate mitigation and adaptation as part of global climate action. To support this ambition, the INDC Project provided technical support, facilitated multi-stakeholder engagement, and strengthened capacities for NDC implementation.