Welcome to the Papua New Guinea
Australia Alumni Association
Notice of 2021 Annual General Meeting
The biennial alumni conference is happening this year! Under the theme: Leadership and Innovation in Papua New Guinea’s New Normal, the conference will provide an opportunity for alumni to address the challenges COVID-19 has brought to the country under various important sectors and will introduce important domestic solutions to our economy and livelihoods during these uncertain times. There are five conference session themes: public health, education and training, business, industry and enterprise, agriculture and food security and tourism and hospitality in the new normal. The conference flyer contains details of the conference and an expression of interest form can be downloaded here. The abstract for the alumni conference is available here.
View upcoming webinars and professional development workshops for 2021
Applications for the Women Mentoring Initiative are closed now. This new initiative is a collaboration between Australia Awards in Papua New Guinea and the PNGAAA.
Applications for the latest round of the Alumni Grants Scheme are closed now. Applications related to the COVID-19 response are strongly encouraged and will be considered as they are received.
Update on PNGAAA activities from President Dr Janet Rangou
Latest News & Opportunities
PNG Australia Alumni Association focuses on Innovative Solutions for Alumni Engagement in the New Normal
The Papua New Guinea Australia Alumni Association (PNGAAA) held a virtual networking dinner on Thursday, 11 February 2021 at the Hilton Hotel, Port Moresby, and around PNG, to celebrate the achievements of alumni in 2020 and recognise outstanding...
The 2020 PNG-Australia Alumni Awards recognise and honour Papua New Guinean alumni who have studied in Australia and made oustanding contributions to their profession, community and country through their exemplary leadership, integrity, innovation...
It is heartwarming to see our alumni giving back to their communities and ensuring people in remote PNG have access to the right information about the Novel Coronavirus (COVID19). Noelynn and Peter Minimulu, both alumni voluntarily conducted...