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Deputy Director General

The National Agricultural Research Institute (NARI) is the lead research organization, conducting and fostering applied and development-oriented research in the agriculture and rural development sectors in Papua New Guinea. Besides, NARI is responsible for providing analytical, diagnostic and advisory services…

Public Relations officer (Grade 4 – 7)

The Public Relations Officer reports directly to the Office of Director General of NARI. Job Responsibilities: Requirement 1. Degree in Journalism and public relations 2. Experience in news reporting both print and electronic investigative journalism, electronic media news presentation 3.…

Internal Auditor (Grade 6-8)

This position is an integral part of good governance, transparency and accountability hence is required to prove high levels of independent accurate accounting and auditing reports to Executive Management. The Internal auditors are accounting professionals who provide organizations with guidance…

Principal Economist (Grade 9 – 10)

The position is based at the NARI HQ in Bubia and reports directly to the Program Director Job Responsibilities: Requirements: General Information NARI is an equal opportunity employer and does not allow discriminatory practices based on gender, ethnicity or health…

Principal Monitoring and Evaluation Officer (Grade 9–10)

The Principal Monitoring and Evaluation Officer reports directly to the Office of Director General of NARI. Key Duties and Responsibilities: Requirements: General Information NARI is an equal opportunity employer and does not allow discriminatory practices based on gender, ethnicity or…

Farmer appreciates project potential

It is a privilege to work with committed farmers who rise above the odds to usher new agricultural technologies and interventions into their communities. The National Agricultural Research Institute (NARI) has been supported by many productive farmers, over the years.…

Schools engaged in sweetpotato conservation project

National Agricultural Research Institute’s (NARI) sweetpotato conservation and utilization project is keen to inspire the interest of future farmers and agricultural scientists. This is realized through the engagement of selected schools in targeted communities, around the country. The project is…

Indigenous knowledge still useful during natural disasters

The use of indigenous knowledge is still the most important source of information in the everyday lives of people especially those in rural farming communities. Indigenous knowledge determines their agricultural activities as well as cultural events and it also prepares…

Fidelis Hela calls it a day after 24 years

​ Fidelis Hela recently folded a colourful career in agriculture, serving the institute for 24 years after starting out with the Department of Agriculture Livestock and Fisheries in 1978. LAES (Lowland Agriculture Experimentation Station) was where Fidelis began his journey,…

Addressing golden apple snails needs team effort

Scientists involved in rice production are now challenged to address an incursion of the golden apple snail (GAS). Although it is not serious in nature, control measures need to be put in place and assessed for its effectiveness. Cultural control…