Pawa meris of Pari rehabilitate their coastline to fight climate change
Nov 20, 2017
Pari, November 2017, Geua Sasala is what Papua New Guineans would describe as a Pawa Meri; a Tok Pisin term defining a woman who is strong and powerful, and not afraid of ruffling a few feathers.
Leaving the kitchen behind - Bougainville women take the lead
Nov 15, 2017
Arawa, November 2017 - “It’s time for women to come out from behind the so-called kitchen walls. In Bougainvillean culture we haven’t always taken part in the decision-making process, but now we can.”
New cash crops provide a buzz in the Baining’s
Nov 8, 2017
Arabam, May 2017 – “I want to be able to provide for my family, and now I feel better placed to do so,” said Julius Tepemes, a farmer from the community of Arabam in East New Britain.
Disaster Risk Management project to assist Rigo District
Nov 2, 2017
Rigo, November 2017 - Papua New Guinea is prone to regular natural disasters. The country faces a steady threat from a wide range of hazards including floods, cyclones, landslides, drought and earthquakes, among others.
Papua New Guinea, leading the way on SDG 17; Partnerships
Oct 12, 2017
"It's all about localisation and partnerships. Papua New Guinea (PNG) has an opportunity to be a global leader in this space. These are very exciting times."
A medicinal plant and other crops provide a new income for the people of Baining
Aug 30, 2017
East New Britain, August, 2017 - When you live on a remote island in the Pacific, trying to make a living from gardening or subsistence farming is a daily struggle.
Achieving the SDGs, it is everyone's business
Aug 8, 2017
A universal approach: Why the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) must not be done in isolation. In 2013, a distinguished panel of prime ministers, leaders from civil society, private sector and government from across the globe provided a landmark report on the Post-2015 Development Agenda.
UNDP engages private sector to improve PNG’s climate and weather information
Jul 27, 2017
Lae (Morobe Province), 27 July 2017 – A group of 20 leaders in agribusiness, economic development and agricultural research attended a workshop to discuss a new proposal for funding to assist Papua New Guinea to respond to the challenges of climate change.
PNG partnering with parliamentary clerks globally to support democracy
Jul 17, 2017
Port Moresby, 10 July 2017 – “Usually when I tell people I work at the parliament, they think that I take notes like a court reporter.”
How I ended up interning at the UNDP in Papua New-Guinea
Jun 29, 2017
Read about UNDP's intern, Guido Maschhaupt who spent two months in Papua New Guinea and has a lot to share. Guido has spent two months in PNG and has visited Domil in Jiwaka Province.