The Kainake Project has four core programs:
Programs 1 and 2 are society and people focused and is aligned with Papua New Guinea's Vision 2050 aspiration that aims to improve PNG's human development index to be among the top 50 in the world by 2050. Such social investment is essential for Bougainville's peace building process and vital for long term sustainable growth.
Programs 3 and 4 capture the human and society's interactions and relationships, which are crucial for sustaining life and well-being. The current state of society challenges are multidimensional and therefore require multi-levels of approaches to ensure that society achieves sustainable growth within ecological boundaries and resource constrains.
The endangered Solomys salabrosus that dwells within the Kainake conservation and research area