DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT PAPUA NEW GUINEA NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE P O Box 1240, Boroko, NCD. Tel: 325 9520 Fax: 325 5544Read more
IOM looking to work with Governement on National Emergency Evacuation Plans….Read more
The quake struck at a depth of 37 km (23 miles), in the sea southwest of Kandrian soon after midnight (1426 GMT Sunday), the center added.Read more
The people of Ononda Village in the Ijivitari District of Oro today launched their Community Based Disaster Risk Management plan,Read more
The Plan aims to reduce Papua New Guinea’s vulnerability to the impacts of climate change, by building capacity and resilience.
Head of CCDA, Ruel Yamuna, said a unified strategy is key to capturing the steps needed to address climate change.
According to CCDA, the National Adaptation Plan aims to address the needs and context with specific solutions to what PNG communities face as climate change takes its toll.Read more
Since Sunday, families living along the Busu river have been moving property and building materials away from the edge of the river.Read more
According to the US Geological Survey, the quake occurred 17Km South South-west of Finschhafen at a depth of 41.4Km…Read more
As PNG is prone to various natural disasters, having a National Disaster Recovery Framework in place, will help ensure that PNG can rapidly and successfully recover from a natural disaster.Read more
Papua New Guineans are some of the many who make up more than about 650 million people around the world who have poor access to improved source of drinking water.Read more
As the authority responsible for water in the Nation’s Capital, Eda Ranu, is concerned about the predicted approaching dry spell. Managing Director, Henry Mokono, said the utility company has already allocated some funding for addressing dire situation if it arises.Read more