PNG Development Cooperation Policy 2015

PNG Development Cooperation Policy 2015

Development Cooperation has been an essential part of Papua New Guinea’s overall development efforts prior to achieving political independence in 1975. Papua New Guinea began as a dependent donor-recipient nation, and is now evolving into engaging in more strategic and coordinated development partnerships. This reflects a changing approach to how PNG is now applying development cooperation resources to support its development agenda. The inaugural 2015 PNG Development Cooperation Policy (PNG DCP) is therefore timely, as it takes into account potential changes to PNG’s development cooperation approach and the general development landscape.



16 November 2016


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