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Staff appraisal report, Papua New Guniea land mobilization project.

Staff appraisal report, Papua New Guniea land mobilization project.

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Published by World Bank in [Papua, New Guniea] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesReport ;, no. 7592-PNG, Report (World Bank. Asia Regional Office. Dept. V) ;, no. 7592-PNG.
ContributionsWorld Bank.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMLCL 97/05050 (S)
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 106 p. ;
Number of Pages106
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1606250M
LC Control Number91143716

  The World Bank is supporting many development projects in Papua New Guinea, particularly a project designed to provide job training and employment opportunities for jobless young Papua New Guineans in the capital of Port Moresby. The project has trained o people — 40 percent of them women — and has placed 35 percent of. The Asian Development Bank (ADB) is committed to achieving a prosperous, inclusive, resilient, and sustainable Asia and the Pacific, while sustaining its efforts to eradicate extreme poverty. It assists its members and partners by providing loans, technical assistance, grants, and equity investments to promote social and economic development.

LAND MOBILIZATION PROGRAMME IN PAPUA NEW GUINEA Anthony P. Power July , Papua New Guinea Papua New Guinea is at the crossroads. Nearly three decades of neglect of customary land management by successive governments since Independence has denied development to most of our citizens who own the country.   J.F. WeinerThe Foi Incorporated Land Group: Group Definition and Collective Action in the Kutubu Oil Project Area, Papua New Guinea J. Weiner, K. Glaskin (Eds.), Customary Land Tenure and Registration in Australia and Papua New Guinea: Anthropological Perspectives, ANU E .

THEINDEPENDENT STATE OF PAPUA NEW GUINEA. CHAPTER No. Land Registration Act. Being an AcCto unify the law relating to the registration of title to land, and for related purposes. PART I.-PRELIMINARY. 1. Operation of other laws. 0) Sec~ions5 and 6 ofthe Laws Repeal and Adopting Ad ofthe former Territory. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: ix, pages: illustrations, map ; 22 cm: Contents: Map of Papua New Guinea --Economic incentives for land mobilisation --'Institutional dissonance' in Papua New Guinea --A cultural studies approach to economics --The social construction of reality --Institutions and order --Property rights--the fundamental institution for.


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Papua New Guinea - Land Mobilization Project (English) Abstract. The Land Mobilization Project assists the Government's Land Mobilization Program Staff appraisal report aims to contribute to economic growth through more productive use of land resources, while promoting equity.

This project aims to document and integrate the natural and cultural values of the Nakanai Caves in East New Britain, Papua New Guinea in preparation for a cultural landscape World Heritage.

IMPLEMENTATION COMPLETION REPORT PAPUA NEW GUINEA LAND MOBILIZATION PROJECT (Loan PNG) Preface 1. This is the Implementation Completion Report (ICR) for the Land Mobilization Project in Papua New Guinea, for which loan 1-PNG in the amount of US$ million was approved on May 4, and made effective on Ma 2.

This report presents the findings of a study of village agriculture conducted in Bougainville Province of Papua New Guinea in September-October The purpose of the study was to identify.

This is an economic evaluation of the compensation to which Papua New Guinea’s customary landholders - wrongly dispossessed through Special Agricultural Business Leases (SABL) - might be entitled if they successfully sued the government.

Sustainable Land Use Policy (SLUP) is a systematic and iterative procedure carried out in order to. The highest point of Papua New Guinea is Mount Wilhelm at 14, ft (4, m).

Rivers of note include the Sepik River which winds its way through lowland swamp plains to the northern coast, and the Fly River which flows through one of the largest swamplands in the world on its way to the south coast of the island.

Due to its location along the. Land Laws and Customs in Papua New Guinea 4. Ninety-seven percent of land in PNG is customarily-owned, meaning that the land is owned in common by a distinct tribe, clan, or community, while individuals only have user rights to land.

Only 3% is alienated land, i.e., owned by the state or a private individual or group. Much of customary land. This paper consists of a review of existing literature relating to Incorporated Land Groups in Papua New Guinea (PNG), followed by a case study of two urban incorporated land groups (ILGs) in the city of Lae.

The paper is an attempt at assessing the sustainability of ILGs in the country. The challenges facing the ILGs have heightened public fears that the land groups may not be sustainable. With member countries, staff from more than countries, and offices in over locations, the World Bank Group is a unique global partnership: five institutions working for sustainable solutions that reduce poverty and build shared prosperity in developing countries.

for an efficient water supply sector in Papua New Guinea as a whole. DWS is the Executing Agency for the implemen-tation of the ongoing project. To assist in the imple-mentation of the ongoing project, engineering consultants, Binnie & Partners, were engaged in June by DWS.

Groundwater investigations have been carried out at Lae and. This Guide to Law Online Papua New Guinea contains a selection of Papua New Guinean legal, juridical, and governmental sources accessible through the Internet.

Links provide access to primary documents, legal commentary, and general government information about. Komo Airfield, with the longest runway in Papua New Guinea, was built specifically for delivery of equipment for the ExxonMobil led PNG LNG (liquefied natural gas) project.

Pre-existing land disputes were intensified by land acquisition for the project. Borrower Papua New Guinea Executing Agency Originally the Commission for Higher Education, later changed to the Office of Higher Education Mission Data Type of Mission No.

of Missions No. of Person-Days Fact-Finding 1 30 Appraisal 1 80 Project Administration Inception 1 16 Review 8 Project. SEOUL, Republic of Korea, J – The Cambodian Ambassador to the Republic of Korea, H.E Long Dimanche, officially held a meeting with the President and Chair of the Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI), Mr.

Ban Ki-moon, to present a letter from the Cambodian Prime Minister, Samdech Hun Sen, regarding integrating green growth into [ ]. Land registration, land markets and livelihoods in Papua New Guinea By Tim Anderson Tim Anderson is a Senior Lecturer in Political Economy at the University of Sydney.

Photo by Lara Daley Customary land in Papua New Guinea (PNG) is a form of collective and inalienable title which adapts and sustains common benefits, over many generations. Land Law and Economic Development in Papua New Guinea 3 inter alia, that these amendments depart from the original intent of the Act, which was to preserve custom and customary arrangements.

Clearly the amendments institute a governance structure that. An acceleration of structural reform is key for private sector development, in support of PNG’s inclusive growth strategy. New report alleges mine caused environmental devastation and ongoing health problems for communities.

Papua New Guinea. The Land Portal Foundation believes access to information is crucial to achieve good land governance and to secure land rights for vulnerable people.

We help partners to create and disseminate land governance data and. Papua New Guinea (PNG) has long been a site of analysis for exploring the links between natural resources and conflict, having been cited as an example in prominent studies of the ‘natural resource curse’ and used as a source of learning in.

Providing affordable housing has been a long-standing issue for governments of most countries. In an attempt to address the issue, affordable housing programs have been introduced with the aim of improving household’s access to housing, as well as sustain their wellbeing.

This paper reports on a study of the activities of affordable housing program (AHP) in Papua New Guinea (PNG), using Port. million hectares of land in Papua New Guinea has been handed over to loggers.

In the government developed a scheme granting Special Agricultural Business Leases. It allowed land owned by communities to be leased, with their consent, to people or groups interested in carrying out agricultural projects, and was originally meant to help.performance appraisal systems and practices in Papua New Guinea is virtually nonexistent hence, the Journal of Management Policy and Practice vol.

12(5) .We employ around permanent staff in Papua New Guinea. In addition we regularly commission a mix of casuals, fuel carriers (up to 3, people a month) and contractors to assist in our operations.

We are proud of our people and their commitment to building and maintaining the infrastructure to underpin their own country’s success.