• +675 532 2466
  • enquiries@cic.org.pg
  • Goroka, Eastern Highlands Province, Papua New Guinea


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.

The Productive Partnerships in Agriculture Project (PPAP) aims to improve the livelihoods of smallholder cocoa and coffee producers through the improvement of performance and sustainability of value chains in cocoa and coffee producing areas.

The Papua New Guinea Coffee Handbook – 2nd Edition

Papua New Guinea Agricultural Commercialization and Diversification Project


Project Information Leaflets

The PPAP coffee component impacts the coffee industry of Papua New Guinea and all players involved in the production of the commodity. The following PDF leaflets give a brief description of the project. These documents are self-explanatory and provide insight into the operations of the PPAP Coffee component, which is implemented in partnership with the Coffee Industry Corporation Ltd (CIC). The documents are published in English and Tok Pidgin for wide distribution.

Project Implementation Manuals

The following is the Project Implementation Manual. Click on the links to download as pdf.

1. PNG PPAP PIM Section 1 4. PNG PPAP PIM Section 4
2. PNG PPAP PIM Section 2 5. PNG PPAP PIM Section 5
3. PNG PPAP PIM Section 3 6. PNG PPAP PIM Section 6

Environmental and Social Management Framework

The following is the ESMF documentation:

The following is the ESMP documentation for Component two (2) projects:

ESMP for first Call for Proposals

ESMP for Second Call for Proposals

AF EMSF Disclosure

The following is the AF ESMF documentation:

First Call For Proposals

The following are call for proposals:

Second Call For Proposals

The following are call for proposals:

Fourth Call For Proposals

The following are call for proposals:

Grievance Procedure

The following is the procedure for grievances:


Contact Details

For further information or to receive further necessary documents please contact the Project Manager.

PPAP Project Management Unit – PNG Coffee Industry Corporation
Post Office Box 137
Eastern Highlands Province
Papua New Guinea

Telephone: (675) 532 1925
Facsimile: (675) 532 2080
E-Mail: ppap@cic.org.pg