Since 2010, Bioversity International has been working in Papua New Guinea to introduce farmers to a greater diversity of taro and sweet potato, helping them manage the risks brought on by climate change and other factors. These two crops hold an important place in the heritage and food security of people in Papua New Guinea, as you will see from the stories told by featured farmers and the family members that cultivate the land with them.
Seeds for Needs – Papua New Guinea
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- Mathur, P.; Komolong, B.; Mittra, S.; Quek, P.; Guaf, T.; Apa, A.; Zanzanaini, C.
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- Bioversity International, Rome (Italy)
- 13 p.
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