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TR131 Papua New Guinea Coffee Market Study

23 Jul 2018

This report presents the results of a rapid coffee industry assessment of Papua New Guinea. To reach conclusions, the document incorporates data obtained from stakeholder interviews within PNG and consuming countries, in-person observations, and desktop research of industry-specific data. The pri...

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TR121 Nursery visits for Fiji kava farmers

29 Mar 2018

Three farmer groups in Fiji were selected for study tours of established nurseries around Viti Levu. This report highlights the observations of and lessons learned by the groups that received training and advice on the basics of establishing and managing a nursery, soil sterilisation and grafting...

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TR130 Vanuatu Kava Value Chain, Gender Equality and Social Inclusion Analysis

19 Mar 2018

Vanuatu is the leading kava exporter in both volume and value terms, and exports have long been considered an important part of the kava industry. Almost 18,000 households currently grow kava with total production capacity in the range of 32,000 – 35,000 tonnes fresh weight.  Over the past few y...

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Fact Sheets

Vanuatu

09 Mar 2016

PHAMA’s strategy in Vanuatu is to focus on improving market access for the main existing export industries kava, cocoa and beef, and to promote value-adding opportunities relating to the expanding tourism market (e.g. handicrafts). The development of IWGs is key to this approach. Download Factsh...

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Tonga

09 Mar 2016

PHAMA’s strategy in Tonga is to support government and industry to utilise and improve existing horticultural export opportunities, address infrastructure needs to improve market requirements compliance and export efficiency, and identify and progress viable new market access opportunities. &nbs...

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Samoa

09 Mar 2016

While niche opportunities for exporting fresh agricultural produce exist in Samoa, PHAMA is increasingly supporting local partners to improve their capacity to enhance the value of Samoan produce and improve food safety. Download factsheet to read more about PHAMA's work in Samoa

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