Providing livelihood resilience to Papua New Guinea farmers

Funded by the Papua New Guinea Cocoa Board with support from the World Bank, World Vision’s Productive Partnerships in Agriculture project gives farmers the knowledge and materials they need to grow better cocoa. World Vision is working with government and export partners to provide training and technical skills to farmers in Papua New Guinea. 

The project does so much more for the community than increase cocoa yields. Local women are empowered with the skills to control family and business budgets, many children are now able to go to school, and people who once fought each other in combat are working side-by-side to help the community.