The FPDA is about to launch a horticultural program. Loop PNG

The FPDA states that this will make a difference to the agricultural sector.

Appropriate graduates with a strong interest in the food and fruit industry will be supported to become entrepreneurs in the subdivision.

The FDA has given hope to the younger generation, saying the dream is to change the fruit and vegetable industry.

Over the next 10 years, the FPDA will focus on training, coaching, mentoring, and investing in young graduates who are at a critical juncture in their lives after graduation.

Initial capital and technical support will be closely monitored to enable them to eventually become leaders in the food and vegetable industry.

“The idea is to inspire and encourage young people from colleges and universities to participate directly in food production, processing and marketing, as well as value chain and agribusiness, and to support our efforts to move forward. The FPDA states that it will contribute to the realization of our industry vision in “safe and prosperous communities in PNG.”

“Enabling new graduates is a way to make the younger generation more aware and fond of agriculture, which is a declining trend.

“They are contributing to the development of the agricultural sector, the economy and society as a whole.

“This forum aims to create value, thereby ensuring the future of the horticultural industry and the agricultural sector.

“The idea stems from a number of challenges and problems in the agricultural sector, including the horticulture industry, the economy and society,” the FPDA reported.

The FPDA will launch the program this Friday in Port Morsi.

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