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The Democratic Coalition Government for Advancement (DCGA) is anticipating the implementation of the Bonale Pineapple Project in West Kwaio soon.

The project will be implemented through the Ministry of Commerce, Industries, Labor and Immigration (MCILI).

The project is currently progressing very well and expected to be operational soon.

All architectural designs, building tenders and majority of the technical phase of the project is already completed.

MCILI is now developing the business model which would ‘best fit’ for this project.

When in operational this project would allow people from Bina Harbour Area in West Kwaio to access market for their pineapple produce.

The DCGA acknowledges West Kwaio farmers produce some of the sweetest pineapple in the country.

The Government further understands the difficulties faced by farmers in marketing their produce.

DCGA recognizes that working together with all relevant stakeholders to this national project is the way forward.

Parties to this National Project include the Ministry of Commerce, Industries, Labor and Immigration, Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock, Ministry of Development Planning and Aid Coordination and the Office of the Prime Minister and Cabinet.

Other parties include Malaita Provincial Government being the host province and the Bonale Land Trust board. The Democratic Coalition Government for Advancement (DCGA) is fully committed to the delivery of ongoing and prospective policy priorities in the interests of national unity and stability, lasting peace and economic advancement.

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