Papua New Guinea

The EAT project conducted an AgCLIR assessment in Papua New Guinea to address the legal, institutional, and social environment for agribusinesses through effective policy reserach and reform.

  • AgCLIR

    In Papua New Guinea, the EAT project conducted an AgCLIR assessment, meeting over 250 stakeholders and hosting a round-table event attended by more than 60 representatives of the public sector, private sector, and civil society.

  • AgCLIR Recommendations

    This companion document to the full AgCLIR Papua New Guinea report contains a full outline of each recommendation, detailing why reform is needed, a description of the costs associated with the problem, obstacles to reform, the timeline for change, and the resource commitments required by the donor community to encourage reform.