Papua New Guinea


Papua New Guinea

Papua New Guinea has the largest land area (roughly 1.2 times the size of Japan) and population (about 6.88 million people) among the Pacific Island Countries, and is blessed with abundant mineral resources such as gold, copper and petroleum. However, the transportation, power and energy infrastructures essential for a living base and economic activities are insufficient to meet the domestic demand. On the other hand, rural areas face problems such as a low literacy rate and high child mortality rate. Due to the overdevelopment and the influx of people into urban areas, the natural and living environments have worsened, and forest resources are also declining in quantity and quality. JICA's focus of assistance to Papua New Guinea is on: 1) strengthening the economic growth base, 2) improving social services, and 3) the environment and climate change.


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JICA Papua New Guinea Office
1st Floor, Pacific Place Building, Musgrave St., Port Moresby, NCD, Papua New Guinea
P.O.Box 1660, Port Moresby, N.C.D., Papua New Guinea

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April 30, 2015 Project Team's participation in COP20 in December 2014 and Japanese Technical Cooperation Project for Promotion of Regional Initiative on Solid Waste Management in Pacific Island Countries (J-PRISM): 7. More Information
April 16, 2015 Project for Rehabilitation of the Madang Town Market
April 3, 2015 Press Release
March 26, 2015 The Project for Biodiversity Conservation through Implementation of the PNG Policy on Protected Areas
March 17, 2015 JICA in the News

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