The key objective of the JFPR Project is to extend the benefits of ADB's Lae Port Development Project to some of the poorest communities in Lae in Papua New Guinea, and to strengthen the port Project's impact on poverty reduction. The JFPR Project will provide: (i) enhanced social infrastructure and services to people resettled from a swamp and other poort communities; (ii) income-generating opportunities to 3 Labu villages that live on subsistence agriculture and fishery; (iii) livelihood enhancement training for women and men; and (iv) independent monitoring by a nongovernment organization.
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