All the chats in Papua New Guinea

  1. Chats in Bougainville
  2. Chats in Chimbu
  3. Chats in East New Britain
  4. Chats in East Sepik
  5. Chats in Eastern Highlands
  6. Chats in Enga
  7. Chats in Gulf
  8. Chats in Hela
  9. Chats in Madang
  10. Chats in Manus
  11. Chats in Milne Bay
  12. Chats in Morobe
  13. Chats in National Capital
  14. Chats in New Ireland
  15. Chats in Northern Province
  16. Chats in Sandaun
  17. Chats in Southern Highlands
  18. Chats in West New Britain
  19. Chats in Western Highlands
  20. Chats in Western Province
Papua New Guinea

Papua New Guinea, officially the Independent State of Papua New Guinea - is a sovereign country of Oceania that occupies the eastern half of the island of New Guinea and a large number of islands located around it. Its system of government is the parliamentary monarchy. Its territory is organized into twenty-two provinces and its capital and most populated city is Puerto Moresby. It is located north of Australia, west of the Solomon Islands and southwest of the Pacific Ocean, in a region defined since the early nineteenth century as Melanesia. It is the only country in Oceania that has a land border.

Papua New Guinea is one of the countries with the greatest cultural diversity in the world and where up to 848 different languages ​​have been counted, of which 836 are still spoken. There are still many societies that continue to be governed by traditional customs and still remain a country sparsely populated, with only 7 million inhabitants. It also has a largely rural population, since only 18% of the population is concentrated in urban centers. It is one of the least explored countries, geographically and culturally, and many species of plants and animals are still undiscovered within the country. Papua is in the list of megadiverse countries. The strong growth of mining in Papua New Guinea has increased GDP to become the sixth country with the largest increase in 2011.

In spite of this many people live in extreme poverty, with approximately more than a third of the population living with less than $ 1.25 per day Most of the population still lives in a very traditional way and their agriculture is subsistence. The country's constitution recognizes their right, considering that traditional peoples must be the viable units of the society of Papua New Guinea.