Wednesday, 30 December 2015

International Recognition to Young Papua New Guinea


http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-dyR8pdDQgIc/Vn9ZaB6R9JI/AAAAAAAAP4g/iJfSIHyYxmM/s320/PNG%2BWoman.jpgA young researcher from Papua New Guinea has been internationally recognized from the PNG Coffee Industry Corporation for her research in the smallholder coffee producers in Eastern Highlands Province.


"The conference paper was from research carried out as part of my Masters in Philosophy Studies sponsored by the Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR) under the John Allwright Fellowship Program."

Susan May Inu acknowledged a poster rendition and recondite on her research to the Tropical Agriculture Conference 2015 in Brisbane in December. She got this proclamation of best presentation from 240 entries around the globe.

While she was unable to attend the conference, Ms Inu commented, "The question posed from my presentation was for us to understand the socio-economic factors influencing household productivity and farm investment decisions on labour mobilisation among coffee households in Bena, Eastern Highlands Province of PNG."

The conference emblazed inquisition and augmentation in tropical agriculture.

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