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Accounting in the mountains of Kiunga

Kiunga is a small district within the region of Western province in Papua New Guinea. The place is one of the most isolated towns, close to the border with Indonesia, with dense forest and wild fauna within the surrounding rivers and villages.   Mrs. Waneau Songoro works as Accounting System Admore

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Leadership Development Programme: Entry point to address HIV in Papua New Guinea.

The Leadership Development Program is conducted through a series of 3 workshops, with breakthrough initiatives in between the workshops.  These workshops are aimed at enabling participants to discuss the major factors influencing the spread of the HIV/AIDS epidemic and learn new strategies to tmore

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Finding the ‘lost generation'

Eddie Kenai is a husband, a father and a youth leader in his hometown of Buka in Bougainville. In 2011, as a volunteer with the UN, he organised the first Bougainville Walk for Peace to mark the 10th anniversary of the signing of the Bougainville Peace Agreement and acted as Programme Coordinator fomore

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PCaB local advisor making the difference in Capacity Building

Western province is one of the most isolated regions in Papua New Guinea. Since the PCaB Project started in 2008 its activities in the region, many challenges have been faced. Lack of infrastructure and ways of communication, no electricity and roads to connect its three districts, lack of public semore

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Peace Building in Bougainville

In 2001, the Bougainville Peace Agreement (BPA) - signed between the national Government of Papua New Guinea (GoPNG) and leaders representing the people of Bougainville - ended a 10-year civil conflict during which thousands of men and women lost their lives. The UN Political Office in Bougainville more

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Promoting Human Development in Papua New Guinea

Mr. Wilson Gusamo, Senior MDGs and Population Officer and Ms. Christine Aisoli, Population Project Manager, along with Ms. Clara Momoi, Mr. Killian Sesega, Mr. Wesley Gumembi and Mr. Jonathan Kennett at the Department of National Planning and Monitoring (DNPM) are committed to promote Millennium Devmore