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The Kiribati Agriculture Policy Bank

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In Kiribati, crop farming is mostly for subsistence with most of the traditional agriculture practised in the outer islands.

Competition for water by different sectors (crops, animals and human) is putting great pressure on the limited water resources on the atolls.

Currently a shift is taking place away from the traditional copra export in favour of the export of coconut oil.

There are opportunities in the domestic market for added value products like breadfruit flour and for selling fresh agricultural produce from the outer islands in South Tarawa.

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    The strategic plan for Agriculture and Livestock Division (ALD) of the Kiribati Ministry of Environment, Land and Agricultural Development was developed in a participatory manner with input from all major stakeholders in the country.

    Prepared by: Republic of Kiribati Agriculture and Livestock Division
    Date: 2013

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