The agreement was signed by Tuvalu Prime Minister, Enele Sosene Sopoaga, UN Resident Coordinator and UNDP Resident Representative Osnat Lubrani in Suva, and witnessed by staff of Tuvalu High Commission and the UNDP office.Read more
Government agencies are now considering the project, and look to expanding the project around the city. This will see all vacant land in and around the city to host the vegetable gardens.Read more
The UN Young Professional Programme 2017 is now open for interested individuals to apply. And Papua New Guinea is amongRead more
Many eligible voters for the 2017 National Election will not vote for this election. This is due to missing names of many eligible voters’ on the common roll.Read more
The day was initiated in 2002, and it is its 15th anniversary addressing the issue.Read more
As part of its continuous support to the PNG Cancer Foundation’s Healthy Teens School (HTSP) program, ExxonMobil PNG has contributedRead more
Over two fine days on the 26th and 28th of May, Inauaia village in the Mekeo area of Central Province, witnessed one of its chief’s initiation. The village clan was named Inauaisakoko.Read more
Kedu Seif Haus is a community-based organisation in Milne Bay Province. It was established in 2010 and is now in its seventh year of operation.
According to Deedee Nipuega, the Executive Director of Kedu Seif Haus, gender-based violence has high prevalence and was affecting many women around her province, however, due to limited safe avenues to help the victims, many remained under the violence and couldn’t search for help.Read more
Gender-based violence is a common issue affecting families around the country.
Many of these victims do not know where to go, and whom to see for help therefore remain and continue to see violence in their homes and the community.
Unlike before, gender-based violence is now a recognised issue and is addressed at all levels- the national, provincial and the community level.Read more
A five-day gender-based justice reflection workshop is currently underway in Port Moresby.
The workshop brought together representatives of local community based organisations, working in partnership with OXFAM PNG, to address gender-based violence, and help victims at the local level.Read more