An interesting article from the Islands Business magazine lists inscriptions which are included in the Memory of the World Register.
Established in 1993, the MOW initiative was to ensure the preservation of important documents triggered to a large part by the wanton destruction of the National Library of Sarajevo the year before.
Because the level of significance of documents varies, UNESCO’s MOW has a three-tiered structure; a national, regional and world register.
To-date, the 22 islands and territories of the Pacific have nil inscriptions in any of the three registers.
Read the full article : PACIFIC VIES FOR WORLD MEMORY REGISTRATION