Greater Sepik

Empowering Fisherwomen with FAO-Thiaroye Technology

The novel “FAO-Thiaroye Technology” (FTT) is being introduced and demonstrated by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) under the EU-funded STREIT Programme in the Country, starting from the Greater Sepik.

Program Lead Calls For Cooperation

The third programme steering committee meeting held in Vanimo early this month composed of one-third in-house meeting and one-third field visits to project sites.

The programme in PNG has progressed in delivering technical assistance to beneficiaries since 2020. With the challenges induced by COVID-19 Pandemic, there is a need for further cooperation and partnership among stakeholders in implementing the envisioned support to improve agri-enterprise activities and livelihood of rural communities in the Sepik provinces.

EU Programme Reaches 55,000 Households

They have touched the lives of the Greater Sepik communities to improve the lives of the people by increasing sustainable and inclusive economic development have reached out and provided technical assistance and support.

The objective of the programme is to improve economic returns and opportunities from cocoa, vanilla and fishery value chains. Also, have strengthened and improve the efficiency of value chain enablers, including the business environment (ICT and financial services), climate-proof transport and alternative energy solutions.