PPAP to increase coverage under Call 3, 4

THE coffee rehabilitation work under Productive Partnerships in Agriculture Project (PPAP) is progressing well towards the new closing date of June 2019. The coverage in terms of households or farmers participating under PPAP’s coffee rehabilitation effort will increase following Third and Fourth Call for Proposals. A total of 7,926 households are currently taking part in coffee rehabilitation activities being implemented in partnership with various coffee producers, exporters, NGOs, CBOs and church organizations. There are 13 partnerships under Call 1 and[…]

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Productive Partnerships in Agriculture Project (PPAP)

On April 21, 2008 the concept of Productive Partnerships in Agriculture Projects (PPAP) 2010 – 2016 was formally agreed to between the World Bank (WB) and the Government of Papua New Guinea (GPNG) for support. The PPAP would benefit coffee and cocoa institutions, the smallholder producers and the smallholders in market access and is anticipated to improve performance at all value chains and public-private partnerships. Coffee Management Information System Click link here: http://www.ppapcoffee.com The Papua New Guinea Coffee Handbook 2016 (2nd[…]

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