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…)
New Ireland Provincial Planner Mr Austin Reddy has been awarded two international Medals for his recent studies in an Australian Front Line Management program.
Mr Reddy, who lives in Kavieng with his wife Narelle and their five children, undertook the NSW TAFE Diploma of Front Line Management earlier this year, as part of the AusAID program offering training opportunities through PATTAF. (more…)
Papua New Guinea’s traditional and village agricultural skills must work in with new knowledge and developments in Animal Husbandry says Lae veterinarian Nime Kapo.
“So many people who live the traditional life in our villages have much to offer, but so many of their skills are disappearing and not being handed on as generations pass”, Kapo said. (more…)