"Connecting Minds and Creating Opportunities for Sustainable Development"
To showcase Papua New Guinea’s unique geographical, cultural and natural resources potentials for sustainable and environment friendly development.
The Key Objective is to create visibility and promote sustainable development through;
Attracting investors in natural resources development, manufacturing and goods and service trade and
Trade and investment opportunities, small and medium- enterprises and cottage industries
Showcase PNG’s tourism potential including eco-tourism,
Showcase PNG’s unique cultural diversity, Flora and Fauna, agro industries and marine diversity.
Papua New Guinea has great potential through its natural resources (land, cash crops, forests, fisheries, minerals, oil and gas) to improve its socioeconomic development status. Equally important are other areas that can contribute to economic growth and better living standards for the people, including human capital development, improved infrastructure networks, and an efficient service delivery mechanism for public goods and services.
These areas underscore the underlying theme that drives Vision 2050 and the development agenda for Papua New Guinea. Vision 2050 sets the overall direction for the country to attain our dream to be a Smart, Wise, Fair, Healthy, and Happy Society by 2050.
This means that by 2050, we as a people, will reward excellence and reach high standards of innovativeness. We will also be healthy, wealthy, and safe.
Our institutions will practice and uphold higher standards of transparency, accountability, and good governance. In addition, our people and government will contribute more effectively to the social and economic well-being of our beautiful nation.
PROMOTING SUSTAINABLE RESOURCES
AND DEVELOPMENTS IN THE COUNTRY
WHY DO BUSINESS IN PAPUA NEW GUINEA?
ABUNDANT NATURAL RESOURCES
Papua New Guinea is rich with natural resource. Its economy is distinctively dualistic – a modern economy based on mining (gold, silver, copper, Nickel) and petroleum and natural gas production, and a traditional economy based on fishing, forestry, coffee, palm oil, copra, cocoa and vanilla which provides livelihood for 85% of the rural population.
With such abundance of resources, Papua New Guinea is among the top of the world’s investment destination.