Pacific Agricultural & Forestry Policy Network

Effective policies rely on good information. Policy makers from the region identified weak communication, poor engagement of stakeholders, and lack of timely information as constraints to the development of effective Pacific agricultural and forestry policies and the enforcement and implementation of existing ones. A robust regional information exchange was identified as a valuable tool to strengthen communication in the area of agricultural and forestry policy.

Agriculture and Forestry Policies

 

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Solomon Islands National Forest Policy Statement Solomon Islands National Forest Policy Statement

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It is acknowledged that there is a wide range of potential uses to which the national forest of Solomon Islands can be put. Some uses are consumptive and involve the harvesting of items of value from the forest. Other uses are non-consumptive and their benefits accrue simply because the forest exist.

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Vanuatu National Forest Policy Statement  (1997) Vanuatu National Forest Policy Statement (1997)

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The The National Forest Policy Statement for Vanuatu presents the detailed forest policy proposals for Vanuatu, including a forestry vision, the national forest objectives and a series of detailed policies and strategies.

Prepared by: The Government of the Republic of Vanuatu - Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Forestry, Fisheries and Environment.
Date: May 1997

 

Cook Islands National Agriculture Strategic Plan (2001) Cook Islands National Agriculture Strategic Plan (2001)

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The overall goal of the NASP is to provide every citizen of the Cook Islands, economic and physical eccess to sufficient food to sustain a healthy and productive life in the absence of malnutrition, and to ensure that food is produced from efficient and effective agriculture systems that are compatible with sustainable use and management of its natural resources.

Note: this document will soon be replaced when the FAO-sponsored review work now being undertaken is completed by December 2007 (inserted here by Nga Mataio, Secretary of Agriculture, October 2007)

Prepared by:
Date: January 2001

PNG National Agriculture Development Plan 2007-2016 Implementation Plan V2 Part 2 map 10-18 PNG National Agriculture Development Plan 2007-2016 Implementation Plan V2 Part 2 map 10-18

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Map 9b: Suitability for Robusta Coffee (low capital input) in Papua New Guinea
Map 10: Suitability for Cocoa (low capital input) in Papua New Guinea
Map 11: Suitability for Coconut (low capital input) in Papua New Guinea
Map 12: Suitability for Rubber (low capital input) in Papua New Guinea
Map 13: Suitability for Pepper (low capital input) in Papua New Guinea
Map 14: Suitability for Chilli (low capital input) in Papua New Guinea
Map 15: Suitability for Cardamon (low capital input) in Papua New Guinea
Map 16: Suitability for Pyrethrum (low capital input) in Papua New Guinea
Map 17: Suitability for Vanilla (low capital input) in Papua New Guinea
Map 18: Suitability for Pasture (low capital input) in Papua New Guinea

Prepared by:The Independent State of Papua New Guinea - Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock
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PNG National Agriculture Development Plan 2007-2016 Implementation Plan V2 Part 2 map 1-9 PNG National Agriculture Development Plan 2007-2016 Implementation Plan V2 Part 2 map 1-9

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Map 1: Suitability for Upland Rice (high capital input) in Papua New Guinea
Map 2: Suitability for Maize (high capital input) in Papua New Guinea
Map 3: Suitability for Potato (high capital input) in Papua New Guinea
Map 4: Suitability for Pineapple (low capital input) in Papua New Guinea
Map 5: Suitability for Cashew (low capital input) in Papua New Guinea
Map 6: Suitability for Mango (low capital input) in Papua New Guinea
Map 7: Suitability for Citrus (low capital input) in Papua New Guinea
Map 8: Suitability for Oil Palm (low capital input) in Papua New Guinea
Map 9a: Suitability for Arabica Coffee (low capital input) in Papua New Guinea
Map 9b: Suitability for Robusta Coffee (low capital input) in Papua New Guinea.

Prepared by: The Independent State of Papua New Guinea - Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock
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