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RNZ, 23rd October 2018

The Asian Development Bank and Papua New Guinea have signed a deal to help the country respond better to the impacts of climate change.

ADB country director for PNG, David Hill, said the ongoing Building Resilience to Climate Change in PNG Project was helping climate-proof infrastructure and assist the people to better prepare for and respond to disasters.

The project will include vulnerability assessments and adaptation plans for 21 islands in Bougainville, East New Britain, Manus, Milne Bay, and Morobe.

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