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People Come First At Pacific Island Projects (PIP), people always come first. We promise to deliver a practical solution to each and every one of our clients.
Inspiring People We like to inspire people, so we spend time getting our project proposals right. This means asking questions, and working out exactly what needs to be done and how to do it.
Significiant Outcomes We recommend holistic, process oriented approaches that lead to significant outcomes; not quick fixes.
Multiple Benefits Pacific Island Projects aims to help people develop their natural resources for multiple benefits.

Helping People Develop their Natural Resources

At Pacific Island Projects (PIP) people always come first.  We aim to help people develop their natural resources for multiple benefits and promise to deliver a practical solution to each and every one of our clients. We design, manage and support projects that focus on:

  • Community driven development;
  • Forests, climate change and REDD;
  • Communication, learning and knowledge building.

We like to inspire people, so we spend time getting our project proposals right. This means asking questions, and working out exactly what needs to be done and how to do it. We recommend holistic, process oriented approaches that lead to significant outcomes; not quick fixes. Since no two projects are ever the same, we create tailor-made consultancy teams that match each special brief.

Above all, we're dedicated to helping our clients realize their particular natural resource management goals.

The Tree Growers Tool Kit helps people to plant trees and improve their lifestyle. We're developing a set of multi-media resources for tree growers and field workers that focus on:

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The School Resource Pack promotes the benefits of trees and forests to the next generation of Papua New Guineans. We're compiling a set of multimedia teaching aids - arranged according to PNG's outcome based school curriculum -  for the following grades:

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The Landowner Awareness Pack assists the PNG Forest Authority to identify landowners and landowner groups who are ready to plant trees on their land. There are four steps:

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