Trade and Development Strategies

Year Strategy name Sector
2010 Papua New Guinea Development Strategic Plan

The strategy provides guidelines for long-term economic, social and institutional development policies... The strategy provides guidelines for long-term economic, social and institutional development policies in Papua New Guinea. It introduces the concept of economic corridors and it analyses the macroeconomic and financial stability of the country. Finally, it outlines goals and objectives addressing the reform of the judicial system, education, health, research and human resources development, transports, energy, information communication technology, urban and rural development. Furthermore, it deals with population growth, youth and gender inequalities, HIV/AIDS prevention, environmental issues, equality, natural disasters management, immigration, defense and security.

Cocoa, Coffee, Copra, Fisheries, Forestry, Horticulture, Livestock, Meat, Palm Oil, Petroleum... Cocoa, Coffee, Copra, Fisheries, Forestry, Horticulture, Livestock, Meat, Palm Oil, Petroleum Sector, Rice, Sago, Staples (potato, cassava, taro, banana), Tourism

2010 Papua New Guinea Medium-Term Development Plan

The plan is aligned with the Papua New Guinea Development Strategic Plan... The plan is aligned with the Papua New Guinea Development Strategic Plan 2010-2030 and with the Vision 2050, and it aims to implement the goals and policy objectives therein contained. The document outlines the contextual elements necessary in order to implement the plan, and it provides detailed plans dealing with economic, institutional and social issues. In particular, the plan proposes policy actions in order to reform justice, education and health; develop research and human resources; improve transport and energy infrastructures; enhance information communication technology systems, urban and rural development. Also, it addresses issues such as population growth, youth and gender inequalities, HIV/AIDS prevention, environmental sustainability, equality, natural disasters management, immigration, defense and security.

Cocoa, Coffee, Copra, Fisheries, Forestry, Horticulture, Livestock, Meat, Palm Oil, Petroleum... Cocoa, Coffee, Copra, Fisheries, Forestry, Horticulture, Livestock, Meat, Palm Oil, Petroleum Sector, Rice, Sago, Staples (potato, cassava, taro, banana), Tourism

2008 Papua New Guinea Vision 2050

The Papua New Guinea Vision 2050 provides a framework for reforming Papua... The Papua New Guinea Vision 2050 provides a framework for reforming Papua New Guinea's economy and society by 2050, focusing on seven strategic focus areas: 1) human capital development, gender, youth and people empowerment; 2) wealth creation; 3) institutional development and service delivery; 4) security and international relations; 5) environmental sustainability and climate change; 6) spiritual, cultural and community development; and 7) strategic planning, integration and control. Hence, the objective of the Vision 2050 is to enhance rapid potential growth and improvement in governance, service delivery and rule of law; change and rehabilitate the mind-set of people; develop strong moral obligation and strong political leadership and will power.

2007 Papua New Guinea National Agriculture Development Plan

The plan aims to transform the country's agricultural sector into a vibrant... The plan aims to transform the country's agricultural sector into a vibrant and productive economic sector, contributing to alleviate poverty and increase economic growth and social well-being. The main objectives of the plan are: i) reduce costs of production and improve quality of agricultural products for both domestic and international markets; ii) increase income earning opportunities of people dependent on agriculture; iii) allocate resources based on priority areas; iv) ensure that development is socially, economically, and environmentally sustainable; v) improve the recognition of women’s contribution to rural industries and increase opportunities for women’s decision making in agriculture. The plan focuses on specific priority subsectors, and it addresses cross-sector issues related to agricultural research, extension, information and training; trade; governance and institutions; minimum wage policies; private sector development; gender and social issues; HIV/AIDS and health problems; regulatory and technical services; plan management and coordination.

Apiculture, Aquaculture, Beef, Cardamom, Chilli, Cocoa, Coconut, Coffee, Fruit crops (pineapple,... Apiculture, Aquaculture, Beef, Cardamom, Chilli, Cocoa, Coconut, Coffee, Fruit crops (pineapple, watermelon, papaya, banana, avocado, citrus, mango, rambutan, durian, mangos, Goat Meat, Indigenous nuts (galip, okari, pau and karuka), Livestock, Nutmeg, Palm Oil, Pig Meat, Poultry, Rice and Wheat, Rubber, Sheep Meat, Staples (sweet potato, sago, banana, taro, yams and cassava), Tea, Temperate vegetables (English cabbage, broccoli and cauliflower, asparagus, snow peas, tomatoes, cap, Turmeric, Vanilla

2007 UNDAF Papua New Guinea 2008-2012

The United Nations Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF) is aligned with the Millennium... The United Nations Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF) is aligned with the Millennium Development Goals and with the national objectives set by domestic policies. It envisages expected outcomes rotating around four main axes: 1) governance and crisis management; 2) enhancement of human development; 3) promotion of sustainable livelihoods and gender equality; 4) prevention and fight against HIV and AIDS.

2005 The Pacific Plan

The Pacific Plan has been elaborated by the members of the Pacific... The Pacific Plan has been elaborated by the members of the Pacific Islands Forum in order to enhance and stimulate economic growth, sustainable development, good governance and security for Pacific countries, particularly relying on the role of regional integration. The plan identifies precise strategic objectives and it outlines a medium- and long-term implementation plan. It focuses on capacity development, human rights protection, gender equality, youth integration and technical and vocational education training.