ExxonMobil PNG has invested over US$385 million (PGK930 million) on community development support programs. These have made a crucial difference in environmental awareness, community capacity, infrastructure improvement and to education and health services in local communities.
Advancing commercial agricultureIn Papua New Guinea, over six million people, approximately 87% of the population, live in rural communities and the majority depend on subsistence agriculture as a means of survival. Advancing agricultural production to create resilience and sustainability within communities in PNG LNG Project areas has been a high priority of ExxonMobil.
Agriculture and livelihoods improvement programThe ExxonMobil PNG community livelihoods improvement program educates and encourages community groups to improve the skills of their members and to generate household and group income from small enterprise development.
64 Papua New Guinean womenattended the Global Women in Management (GWIM) training program with the help of ExxonMobil PNG.
ExxonMobil is helping women fulfill their economic potential and drive economic and social change in their communities.