Papua New Guinea Mid Term Development Plan 2011-2015. | Land Portal

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Octubre 2010
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LEX-FAOC176393
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The Medium Term Development Plan 2011-2015 (MTDP) is a 5-year rolling development plan that sets the sector strategies, targets, deliverables and their projected estimated cost of implementation. The MTDP is aimed at translating the Papua New Guinea Development Strategic Plan 2010-2030 (PNGDSP) into tangible results. Further, the MTDP outlines the specific players who will be responsible for achieving key deliverables.Regarding sustainable rural development and prosperity government’s priority is to improve service delivery in rural areas and to rural communities, provide infrastructure that will enhance access to markets obtain sufficient access to customary land, and the commitment of local communities to maintain the infrastructure. Special efforts will be paid to land development. The goal is to provide a secure, well administered land market that serves the needs of landowners and contributes to the nation’s strategic development. The key areas of land development are: land administration and support including the development of a National Land Information System, Customary land development and Incorporated Land Groups where the latter represents a formalized group of landowners to engage in leasing their land for development; Alienated land development; Dispute resolution; Institutional development and capacity building, Land use planning, Housing and land – where the government will need to address land supply as the first step in addressing housing, and Supply of skilled land planners and surveyors.In the areas of agriculture and livestock efforts will be focused on developing a world class agricultural sector that is responsive to international and domestic markets for a diverse range of products and provides the best available income and job opportunities. In the fisheries sector the goal is to develop a fishery sector that is both sustainable and highly profitable for PNG, with PNG becoming a world leader in the supply of tuna. The key strategy in this sector is to promote downstream processing, especially in the tuna industry for both domestic and export markets. In the energy sector the goal is to build a world leading petroleum industry that maximizes benefits to PNG and landowners, minimizes impacts on the environment and social welfare, and provides PNG with energy security. In the areas of agriculture and livestock efforts will be focused on developing a world class agricultural sector that is responsive to international and domestic markets for a diverse range of products and provides the best available income and job opportunities. In the fisheries sector the goal is to develop a fishery sector that is both sustainable and highly profitable for PNG, with PNG becoming a world leader in the supply of tuna. The key strategy in this sector is to promote downstream processing, especially in the tuna industry for both domestic and export markets. In the energy sector the goal is to build a world leading petroleum industry that maximizes benefits to PNG and landowners, minimizes impacts on the environment and social welfare, and provides PNG with energy security.To promote a sustainable environment, MTDP 2011-2015 will focus on interventions to minimise pollution, reduce deforestation and improve waste management, thereby resulting in a cleaner, more inhabitable environment for all. In the area of climate change, interventions will be focused on enforcing minimum technology and maintenance standards, particularly within the economic and infrastructure sectors such as forestry, agriculture and energy. In the area of climate change, the interventions will focus on improving existing early warning systems and enhancing community preparedness through public awareness and education programs. A policy and legal framework for the rapid deployment of defense forces will be developed and the capacity of the defense forces to assist in natural disasters will be increased.The policy incorporates a gender-sensitive design and aims to provide equal opportunity to participate in and benefit from development of the country to women and other marginalized groups.The overall responsibility for monitoring and evaluation rests with the Department of National Planning and Monitoring (DNPM) which reports directly to CACC and the NEC. All departments, agencies, provincial and local level governments, NGOs, CBOs and other stakeholders will work within this current framework. Within the department, monitoring and evaluation (M&E) is a collaborative activity amongst its functional branches.

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