Strengthening vulnerable communities food production capacity and resilience to extended dry periods

 

Funded by European UnionFunded by European Union

The project is supported by the European Union with generous funding of Euro 3 million. This is a direct response to the 2015/16 extended dry period experienced in Papua New Guinea. The project was launched on Kiriwina Island in Milne Bay province in May 2017 and will conclude in 2021. The project is being implemented in collaboration with partners in nine communities across eight coastal provinces.