Project Documents

The Cocoa Component of the PPAP is executed by the Government of PNG through the National Department of Agriculture and Livestock and the Cocoa Board of PNG with funding from the World BankInternational Development AssociationInternational Fund for Agricultural Development and the European Commission.  Cocoa Component funding to-date is over $55 million.

The PPAP has established a project management framework that meets the requirements of our funding agencies, and supports the realisation of the 3 project objectives:

  1. To strengthen institutional performance and industry coordination.
  2. To build productive partnerships between smallholder farmers and the private sector.
  3. To improve market access through the provision of critical infrastructure.

The project management framework is introduced below.  Project documents are displayed in the sidebar.


Implementation

The PPAP enhances the livelihoods of smallholder farmers by improving the performance and sustainability of value chains in the cocoa producing areas of PNG.

The Project Implementation Manual (PIM) provides information on key aspects of the PPAP, including the project development objective, components, institutional arrangements, sub-project processes, financial management, procurement, and monitoring & evaluation procedures among others.

Our Project Implementation Manual (PIM) has 6 sections:


Procurement

The PPAP improves market access through the provision of critical infrastructure; increasing farm-gate prices, product quality and market opportunities for smallholder farmers in the project’s target areas.

The PPAP Procurement Plan is updated at least annually or as required to reflect the actual project implementation needs and improvements in institutional capacity.  The objective of the procurement activities is to ensure all projects funds are used for the purpose they were intended and all procurement is completed in an efficient manner.

Our procurement activities consider:

  • The need for economy and efficiency in the implementation of the project, including the procurement of the goods and works involved;
  • Giving all eligible bidders equal opportunity to compete;
  • The development of domestic contracting and manufacturing industries in PNG;
  • The importance of transparency in the procurement process.

Reporting

The PPAP supports eight partnerships in East Sepik, Madang and Morobe Provinces (Momase Region).

Section 6 of the Project Implementation Manual (PIM) provides guidance and instructions to the PPAP staff responsible for implementation of the project’s monitoring & evaluation activities, which includes the production of bi-annual reports.

The key indicators used to assess achievement of the projective objective are:

  • The number of smallholder farmers adopting improved farming practices;
  • The number and coverage of productive partnerships successfully implemented and likely to be sustained;
  • The share of the export price, including quality premium, received by smallholder farmers in the project area;
  • The net incomes of smallholder cocoa and coffee growing households in the project areas.

Safeguards

The PPAP’s Environmental and Social Management Framework (ESMF) ensures all project activities are implemented in an environmentally and socially sustainable manner.

The PPAP is implemented within the context of the World Bank’s Environmental and Social Management Framework (ESMF) so as to ensure that project activities are implemented in such a manner that there are no deleterious environmental or social effects or, if they cannot be avoided, that they are managed and mitigated.  The project’s ESMF has been designed so that all PPAP investments comply with the Environmental Laws of the Independent State of Papua New Guinea and the Environmental and Social Safeguard Policies of the World Bank.

Our Environmental and Social Management Framework (ESMF) has 4 parts:


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