The Anglican Church in Papua New Guinea (ACPNG) has taken its first step in engaging in the Communion Forest by planting coffee trees in the Lower Jimi deanery in the Aipo Rongo Diocese.

We are delighted to share this short report (full of beautiful photos) about the initiative, written by Annsli Kabekabe, the Communications & Community Development Officer of ACPNG. In it, Annsli explains why engaging with the Communion Forest matters for Papua New Guinea and describes the holistic nature of this first initiative, which links child care, preserving biodiversity for future generations and addressing the economic concerns of the community.

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Above: prayers at the planting. Below: planting the new trees.