Papua New Guinea Rural Development Handbook
Land Management Group, Department of Human Geography, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Australian National University, 2001 - Business & Economics - 326 pages
Provides invaluable information on natural resources, population, agricultural access to services, cash income, land potential, child malnutrition and disadvantaged people in PNG.
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Western Province 25
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1982-83 National Nutrition access to markets access to services agricultural development agricultural pressure agriculture and nutrition Altitude varies Average annual rainfall Baining Mountains betel nut Bougainville cash incomes cent were seriously children were stunted coast coastal plains cocoa disadvantaged relative districts of PNG earn very low estimated rural population fallow period Finschhafen floodplains frequent cloud cover fresh food Guinea Rural Development high land potential Highlands Highway intensity mixed staple intensity sweet potato Island Kerema low incomes low intensity sweet low potential environments malnutrition in children moderate agricultural pressure moderate potential National Nutrition Survey nearest service centre oil palm Owen Stanley Range Papua New Guinea persons/km2 Pomio poor access poor soils population densities Population The estimated Port Moresby potential for agricultural pressure and potential province River road Rural Development Handbook seriously under weight steep slopes strong agricultural pressure Subsistence agriculture sweet potato gardens travel to reach upper West New Britain Wewak