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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PNI Agriculture Report PNI Agriculture Report

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Date added: 02/21/2011
Date modified: 02/22/2011
Filesize: 2.97 MB
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SPC supports FSM in developing action plan for agriculture

The Pohnpei State Agriculture Strategic Action Plan (2011–2015) was launched last November by Lt Governor Churchill Edward, who gratefully acknowledged SPC for the technical assistance which allowed the development of this very important document. The Strategic Action Plan is an activity identified in the Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC)–FSM joint country strategy. Partnerships with donors, non-governmental organisations and development partners become crucial in the achievement of goals in the Strategic Action Plan.  The Agriculture Strategic Action Plan is forward-looking and output-oriented, and very much people-centred, allowing greater buy-in from the communities of Pohnpei.  The consultative approach used to develop the action plan ensured that it was closely linked to the FSM Strategic Development Plan 2020 and the Pohnpei Farmers Association Action Plan to provide sustainability and complementarity of activities.

PNG National Agriculture Development Plan 2007-2016 Policies and Strategies V1 Part 2 PNG National Agriculture Development Plan 2007-2016 Policies and Strategies V1 Part 2

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Date added: 06/08/2010
Date modified: 08/18/2010
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In pursuing its vision, NADP has the following goals that are closely interrelated and complementary:
  • To stimulate growth and sustainable development of agriculture sector;
  • To improve food security, nutrition, income and employment opportunities of majority of rural population;
  • To improve the capacity of concerned institutions to generate technologies and extension services; and
  • To increase the government institutional support to agriculture.
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 Policies and Strategies V1 PNG National Agriculture Development Plan 2007-2016 Policies and Strategies V1

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Date added: 06/09/2010
Date modified: 08/18/2010
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GROWING THE ECONOMY THROUGH AGRICULTURE

The Vision of the NADP is sustainable transformation of the country's agriculture sector into a vibrant and productive economic sector that contributes to economic growth, social wellbeing national food security and  poverty alleviation.

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

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Date added: 06/05/2010
Date modified: 08/18/2010
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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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Date added: 06/06/2010
Date modified: 08/18/2010
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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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PAFPNet provides an opportunity for stakeholders to connect, share and engage in forums and activities intended for the development of effective agriculture and forestry policies.  It also offers a platform for Pacific stakeholders to correlate with those from other regions and institutions and learn from their experiences in agricultural and forestry policy development and implementation.  PAFPNet is forging closer alliances and cooperation with other regional and international networks, particularly with the African, Caribbean, and Pacific Group of States (ACP).

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