Vanuatu Coastal Adaptation Project Reports


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This report was based mainly on the activity carried out during the end of quarter 1, 2018 and progress of quarter 2, 2018. The report highlight activities done so far in Epi, Aniwa, Erromango, south Malakula, Santo and Torres island project sites. The activities were training on grafting techniques and establishment of Demonstration plot, Small livestock establishment of demonstration on pig improve breeds, Epi water activities. People involve in carrying out project activities were water officers, Agriculture Field assistant, Livestock officers, site coordinators and forestry officers. The project activities carried out in our project sites involves men, woman and youths groups (young boys and girls) to participate or help carry out respective activities in their communities.


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2018 Santo Agriculture Show

The Santo 2018 Agriculture show has been a success. All agricultural products were showcased during the event making the show very successful and attracts a lot of people from the four Northern provinces.

Sustainable agricultural crop production is very important for people's livelihood in terms of food security which means that people need to have food supplies available and stable to guarantee healthy living. 

 Regular farmer training is very important to equip farmers with useful skills and knowledge specifically in agriculture to help them better cultivate their farm land taking into account the importance of crop resilience due to frequent natural disasters.    

 Vanuatu has very important cash crops including kava, cocoa, coconut and coffee. These cash crops contribute greatly to the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth. To date there is an increase in kava production and a drop in copra production.