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Village agriculture development in Papua New Guinea

, : Village agriculture development in Papua New Guinea. Proceedings of the seminar on integrated rural development technology, October 17 November 5, 1983: 351-356

The Village Agriculture Development Programme in Papua New Guinea was initiated in 1976 and aims to involve the whole village community in participating in a single activity or project. The programme has had success with coffee growing in the Western Highland, Eastern Highland and Chimbu Provinces, with cocoa in East New Briton Province and with beef projects in Morobe, Central and Melembay Provinces.

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