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Bougainville members want disaster preparedness plan for AROB

Buka, Monday 25 June 2018 – The Boungainville Regional Disaster Office will develop district disaster preparedness plans to ensure the safety of the people of the Autonoumous Region of Bougainville…  


Political parties expo is on again

Port Moresby, 15 June 2018 – The Registry of Political Parties is not wasting time in preparing political parties for the next National General Election that will likely be held in 2022.  


Increasing investment in Papua New Guinea’s unique biodiversity

Port Moresby 5 July 2018 - The United Nations Development Programme and the Port Moresby Nature Park are joining forces to further support the protection of Papua New Guinea’s unique biodiversity.  


Bumbu gets country’s first early warning flood system

Port Moresby, 30 May 2018 - Residents of Lae, Morobe Province will now benefit from more effective early warning of impending floods from the Bumbu River with the installation of the first of its kind…  


A new step to strengthen sustainable palm oil in PNG

Change is on the horizon for the palm oil sector in Papua New Guinea (PNG) as significant steps are being taken to improve the industry.  


Coastal village hooks more income with new approach to fishing

Madang, May 10, 2018 - In the tiny community of Numuru, home to about 70 people, gardens are abundant with sweet potato and greens.  


GEF SGP National Indigenous Peoples Fellowship Initiative

Applications are now open. Download forms at the top right hand corner.  


Finance and investment plan to support climate actions in Papua New Guinea

The Government of Papua New Guinea (PNG) is developing a finance and investment plan to promote sustainable practices in the agriculture, forestry, lands and environment and conservation sectors.  


Agriculture sector planning retreat focuses on climate change

The Government of Papua New Guinea (PNG) is conducting a sector by sector planning retreat as a significant step to ensure key sectors such as lands, forestry, agriculture, environment and…  


Sharing experiences of sustainable development

Kurumul, 26 April 2018 –The global vision Agenda 2030 expresses vision for a better future world for everyone.  

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