Beatrice Mahuru

Digicel PNG Foundation CEO resigns

Firmly rooted in this belief, the telecommunication business through Digicel PNG Foundation has reached out and touched the lives of Papua New Guineans nationwide, under the leadership of outgoing chief executive officer Beatrice Mahuru, who announced her resignation after 7 years of dedicated service.

Mahuru announced her resignation yesterday after dedicating 7 years of service as the Digicel PNG Foundation CEO.

Digicel Foundation celebrates 10th anniversary

Today marks the Foundation’s 10th anniversary since its launch in 2008 and to commemorate the event, the Live, Love, Learn campaign was launched by Digicel Foundation CEO, Beatrice Mahuru, in Port Moresby.

In a gathering this morning, Mahuru said Digicel Foundation remains a vested partner in the social development of our communities and the foundation is doing this by creating awareness for how its investment has impacted its beneficiaries. 

Digicel Foundation rewards school with new library

Bisiatabu Primary School was one of 14 primary schools in the Central Province to benefit from a Digicel PNG Foundation funded double classroom project, back in 2014.

On Wednesday, Digicel PNG Foundation launched the Bisiatbau Library Reward infrastructure project as the school and community showed good governance and community ownership of the classroom investment that was built back in 2014.

Representing the Digicel PNG Foundation, Calextus Simeon challenged the students by reading the books that are being provided in the new library.

17 Men of Honour recognised

Chief Executive Officer Beatrice Mahuru said the Men of Honour Awards is a campaign against violence, designed to recognise the efforts of men who are bringing positive change to their communities and in turn, fostering peace and promoting prosperity.

“I want to firstly thank the people who have recognised men within their own communities who are making a difference for the better. These men, despite their challenges, have invested their efforts to be a change agent in their communities, through education, sports, entrepreneurship and leadership,” Mahuru said.

K460,000 project for Sevese Morea school

The Digicel PNG Foundation, NCD Governor Powes Parkop and Member for Moresby South Justin Tkatchenko officially opened the project.

The plan, funded by the Foundation, consists of 4xclassrooms, 2x teachers’ office space, 160 students’ desk, teachers’ desk and chairs, electricity and 9000L water tanks.

Digicel PNG Foundation CEO Beatrice Mahuru says providing children with access to basic education is one of five focus areas of the Foundation. This is done primarily through the provision of the new infrastructure.

Digicel Foundation & Cheshire Partner for Special Needs

Digicel PNG Foundation CEO, Beatrice Mahuru, said over the years the program has been implemented in NCD and Central Province, the Foundation has seen the positive and life-changing impact it has had on beneficiaries. This is what has encouraged and inspired the Foundation to continue with the financial support of K 150,000 for the program.