Emma Nanarea’s 60-kilometre commute west from Kokopo in Papua New Guinea’s East New Britain Province to work at the Raunsepna Health Centre involves a seven-hour drive, then a seven-hour walk carrying essential medical supplies from the provincial capital. (more…)
Professor Tim Flannery, an internationally acclaimed scientist, explorer and conservationist, wowed guests at the annual Papua New Guinea Australia Alumni Association (PNGAAA) dinner last night when he talked passionately on how earlier visits had inspired him to give something back to the country. (more…)
The Papua New Guinea Australia Alumni Association (PNGAAA) has launched its first ever alumni awards to recognise and honour outstanding Australian alumni in Papua New Guinea.
The incoming PNGAAA executive will need to start work immediately to see its predecessor’s vision for a deep integration with provincial chapters become a reality. (more…)
After a successful election, the newly appointed Executive are as follows: (more…)
Persons with disabilities (PWD) living in Port Moresby have raised their concern at the lack of access to buildings and services in the National Capital District (NCD). (more…)
A meeting of influential Papua New Guineans has heard that an effective workforce is needed for equitable service delivery throughout the country. (more…)
The East New Britain Chapter of the Papua New Guinea Australia Alumni Association has set its sights on improving education in a bid to boost the quality of life of people in the province, and move the country forward. (more…)
Masters in Agriculture and Livestock Chief Livestock Officer – DAL.
The Most Significant Change after my studies has been my communication skills. I have more self esteem and can confidently communicate at all levels. (more…)