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January 17, 2021

Nawaeb Road Will Be Built and Maintained For Next Five Years

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People of Nabak inthe Nawaeb district inthe Morobe Province will get a new road and much needed maintenance tothe existing Nawaeb Road.


The Morobe Provincial government will spend around one million kina a year for the next five years on roads inthe district.

This follows an agreement signed last month between Kabwum and Nawaeb MP’s


Withthe road,the people will be able to create new income streams from coffee and ther cash crops grown in this part of Morobe.


The Provincial government promised to spend more to improverthe roads.


Morobe Governor, Kelly Naru says his administration will budget for more inthe next five years.


“Forthe next five years, we will budget at least one million kina for the Roads,” he said.

Nabak Chief, Tim Befanu saysthere are no ther roads andthe link to Beana including to Lae will serve 30,000 people.


The new road links in Nawaeb including Kabwum will connect people tothe fresh food depo and coffee facilities that will raise Morobe’s ranking asthe third biggest coffee producer in PNG


Road development adds to an MOA signed last month betweenthe Kabwum MP, Beb Dadae andthe Nawaeb MP, Gisuwat Siniwin in Lae City to start a fresh fruit depot as well as coffee facilities.


“The people in Morobe’s Mountains are very hard working people… growing organic coffee,” said Nawaeb MP, Gisuwat Siniwin.

There’s been renewedInterest in Coffee afterthe Neknazi Coffee cooperative, a 400 member group acquired a Coffee export license.


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