Open Learning (FODE) to UPNG and Graduating

George Kipan is from Enga. He graduated at the University of Papua New Guinea (UPNG) in 2017, majored Psychology and minored Human Resource and Strategic Management. George faced financial problem like many children in PNG do. He left school at Grade 9, came to Port Moresby and studied at FODE's open…

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Early Learning Years in Rural and Urban Schools

Duncan Gabi comes from Sivitatana Village in the Rigo District, Central Province.  He is an aspiring blogger and free-thinker.His work relating to education, politics and development can be found on his wordpress blog -  aunamelo.PNG Insight is glad to have published Duncan's work. If you wish to participate in the Writers-Earners…

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Banking the Informal Sector Economy in PNG

Obed Ikupu graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Papua New Guinea Studies and International Relations (2015) from the Divine Word University.  He now works as a Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) Project Assistant with the UN Migration Agency – International Organization for Migration. PNG Insight is delighted to have published Obed's…

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Wardstrip Demonstration Primary School First Day

Abigail Seta is a journalist with the Catholic Bishops Conference of Papua New Guinea and the Solomon Islands. Writing is her passion. She loves writing features, prose and poetry. Abigail writes a regular column on Women Empowerment and Gender-based Violence for the Catholic Reporter.  She can be contacted…

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