THE funding to rehabilitate coffee industry in Papua New Guinea is not “free money” for people to misuse, warns Ian Mopafi, chairman of Industry CoordinationView More
THE Western Highlands-based CIC substation has been extended and installed with new office furniture, thanks to the Productive Partnerships in Agriculture Project (PPAP).The Coffee IndustryView More
FUNDS provided by the World Bank, IFAD and GoPNG to rehabilitate coffee industry is not for people to misuse and enrich themselves, says Potaisa Hombunaka,View More
A Lead Partner for World Bank, IFAD and GoPNG funded Productive Partnerships in Agriculture Project has been arrested and charged by Goroka police for allegedView More
The Jiwaka provincial administration is supporting coffee rehabilitation efforts being implemented by Coffee Industry Corporation (CIC) in the province.In an awareness and familiarisation meeting withView More
Coffee production for this year is projected at around 1.1 million bags, Coffee Industry Corporation Acting Chief Executive Officer Charles Dambui says.
THE Eastern Highlands provincial administration is very supportive of the coffee rehabilitation work being undertaken by Coffee Industry Corporation (CIC) through Productive Partnerships in AgricultureView More
The number of coffee extension farmers who are key personnel on the ground to continuously train our growers or farmers on important farming knowledge andView More
A mother-of-two has joined Coffee Industry Corporation (CIC) as Company Secretary.
SOME senior government officers in Eastern Highlands had the first opportunity to participate in a stringent World Bank Bid Evaluation process conducted by the CoffeeView More