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Issue #24 | June 2022

Agriculture Thrives Pre & Post COVID-19

Kaumaitotoya resigns from PIFON

The Pacific Farmer Organisations has lost one of its biggest stars, Lavinia Kaumaitotoya, the former General Manager, who announced that she has resigned.

PNGWICA & IWCA sign historical MOU

The Papua New Guinea Women In Coffee Association and the International Women In Coffee Alliance have signed a historic Memorandum of Understanding (MOU).

Thriving farmers are key to a thriving Pacific

Nearly three-quarters of Pacific Islanders live in rural areas, and their livelihoods rely on agriculture and fisheries, This, along with the impact of climate change means supporting farmers and their markets is as important as ever.

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