Fifty thousand coconuts are to be planted in Vanuatu as part of a National Coconut Strategy launched this morning by the government.
The nine year plan from the Ministry of Agriculture aims to revive the country’s coconut industry after the devastation wrought by Cyclone Pam last year.
Agriculture Minister Matai Seremiah speaking at the launch this morning said an initial distribution of 50,000 coconuts would go to cyclone affected communities in Shefa and Tafea provinces. READ MORE
SOURCE: RADIO NZ