What worth evaluation?: Experiences with a World Bank-aided integrated rural development project in the Southern Highlands Province of Papua New Guinea (Monograph 24) ebook
by Will French,Michael A. H. B. Walter
What Worth Evaluation? Experiences with a World Bank-aided Integrated Rural Development Project in the Southern Highlands Province of Papua New Guinea.
What Worth Evaluation? Experiences with a World Bank-aided Integrated Rural Development Project in the Southern Highlands Province of Papua New Guinea. Monographs; v. 24). Note:. 168. Walker, J. Aroma Traditions (A). Oral History. 264. MacWilliams, Scott. Continuities and Discontinuities in Papua New Guinea Agriculture.
The economy of Papua New Guinea is largely underdeveloped. It is dominated by the agricultural, forestry, and fishing sector and the minerals and energy extraction sector.
Papua New Guinea is richly endowed with natural resources, but exploitation has been hampered by the rugged terrain .
Papua New Guinea is richly endowed with natural resources, but exploitation has been hampered by the rugged terrain and the high cost of developing infrastructure. Agriculture provides a subsistence livelihood for the bulk of the population. Budgetary support from Australia and development aid under World Bank auspices have helped sustain the economy
to small landowning families in Papua New Guinea. been directly involved in World Bank land titling projects, across the Asian region (Burns et. al 1996)
to small landowning families in Papua New Guinea. However this form of title is under persistent attack from the international financial. institutions, aid agencies, large corporations and forces within the PNG government. An immediate problem of this is that a once priceless. al 1996). These powerful interests are backed by some academics (eg.
World Bank-supported projects in Guinea are focused in the areas of community development, rural .
World Bank-supported projects in Guinea are focused in the areas of community development, rural infrastructure, education, transport, health, HIV/AIDS and more. Multimedia resources. Videos of our Action. Welcome to the multimedia library of World Bank in Africa. Here you can explore visual images of the projects we finance across. In 2017, the country had a population of 1. million. World Bank Group’s Portfolio in Guinea.
Rural development is an activity undertaken by governments and by international agencies, public and private. United Kingdom, Ministry of Overseas Development (1975), The Changing Emphasis in British Aid Policies.
What worth evaluation? by Michael A. H. B. Walter, 1984, Institute of Applied . What worth evaluation? experiences with a World Bank-aided integrated rural development project in the Southern Highlands Province of Papua New Guinea. by Michael A. Walter. Case studies, Evaluation, Agricultural development projects.
Integrated conservation and development projects (ICDPs) are biodiversity conservation projects with rural development components. This is an approach that aspires to combine social development with conservation goals(Hughes and Flintan 2001). These projects look to deal with biodiversity conservation objectives through the use of socio-economic investment tools. The World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) first introduced ICDPs in the mid 1980s.
2009) The Fly River, Papua New Guinea: Environmental Studies in an Impacted Tropical River System. amp; Brookfield, H. (1991) The use of unstable steeplands in the mountains of Papua New Guinea. Amsterdam, the Netherlands: Elsevier (Developments in Earth and Environmental Sciences 9). Boserup, E. (1965) The Conditions of Agricultural Growth: the Economics of Agrarian Change under Population Pressure. Hyndman, . Ulijasek, . 1989) Variability in body physique, ecology and subsistence in the Fly River region of Papua New Guinea.