Connect PNG PRIME Minister James Marape says the allocation of four ministries to the agriculture sector is a complete paradigm shift to get agriculture moving again. Many commentators were surprised on Tuesday to see new ministries for Coffee and Oil Palm, but Mr Marape said this is part of his government’s ‘take back Papua New Guinea’ vision in the agriculture sector. He said it was no secret that agriculture has declined since Independence in 1975, and allocation of the four ministries is to rekindle the sector, for it to be a major income-generator for Papua New Guinea.

The Significance Of The Connect PNG Programme Under Marape-Rosso Government

As the Fulcrum of Success, the Marape-Rosso leadership is showcased through the lens of Connect PNG, illustrating how stable and visionary governance can elevate a national project from a mere infrastructure venture to a cornerstone of sustainable development. This analysis aims to provide readers with a comprehensive understanding of the intricate relationship between leadership, governance, and the success of transformative initiatives like Connect PNG.

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Sepik River Papua New Guinea

Sepiks Response to the Minister for Environment, Conservation and Climate Change MP, Mr. Wera Mori’s Statement

Response to the Minister for Environment, Conservation and Climate Change MP, Mr. Wera Mori’s Statement regarding Ten United Nations (UN) Special Rapporteurs Letter to the Government of Papua New Guinea on the Frieda Sepik River Copper and Gold Mine in the Sepik Region of Papua New Guinea. First published on ACT NOW! Blog By Duncan

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Sepik River Papua New Guinea

BAN FRIEDA MINE AND PROTECT SEPIK RIVER – I MEANT IT WITH MY HEART AND MIND

“PROTECT SEPIK RIVER, I MEANT IT WITH MY HEART AND MIND. At times, I usually go back and watch the videos, several times, I literally cried because our people in some of the remotest villages are still suffering from basic services. Their only hope for survival it’s their natural environment. I am not God and

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