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Partners : Partners: Papua New Guinea
ACIAR'S VISION ACIAR looks to a world where poverty has been reduced and the livelihoods of many improved through more productive and sustainable agriculture emerging from collaborative international research. The Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR) operates as part of Australia's international development cooperation program, with a mission to achieve more productive and sustainable agricultural systems for the benefit of developing countries and Australia. ACIAR commissions collaborative research between Australian and developing-country researchers in areas where Australia has special research competence. It also administers Australia's contribution to the International Agricultural Research Centres. Back cover: Papua New Guinean children encounter ACIAR's photojournalist Paul Jones as he travels between project sites. Front cover: Lukus Namai, a farmer from the village of Marawasa in PNG's Morobe Province, adopts high-value tree cultivation on his plot of land with the support of agroforestry specialists in both PNG and Australia. FRONT AND BACK COVER PHOTOS: PAUL JONES
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