Access to sufficient water for agriculture and farming is a significant issue for many communities across the Pacific Islands, with some tackling this issue by growing climate change ready crops, supported by Pacific research and knowledge exchanges.
Increasing urban migration, lack of income generating opportunities, low levels of interest in agriculture, and difficulties with access to land are just some of the issues affecting young people across the Pacific.
We hope you will enjoy reading these stories and welcome your feedback through the Pacific Agriculture Forestry and Policy Network (PAFPNet) where you are encouraged to have your say in our quarterly discussions (Subscribe @ [email protected]).
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PAPP enhances the Regional (Pacific) and Inter-regional capabilities of agricultural sectors in eradicating poverty. Specifically the program works towards increasing the capability of Regional Agricultural Development Organizations of the Pacific region to address the development needs of smallholder agriculture by improving the linkages between small-holder farmers, Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) and markets.