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Coding Program For Motu-Koitabu Schools

PNG Flying Labs delivered the program during the school holidays last year, it is a local NGO with over 10 years of experience working with organizations and institutions including school children to deliver tailored coding and droning programs.

“It was a great experience working and learning from the students from the Motu-Koitabu villages. The students displayed their artistic abilities, transforming simple circles into an animated Coronavirus and white blood cell computer game plus simple squares into robots for a chatbot program.

Journos Attend Training

The training is being carried out ahead of a community Affairs and Media Workshop this week.

Journalists who attended the conference, both in person and virtually were taken through aspects of social media presentation for mainstream media usage and coverage by experts that included Susil Kongoi-Nelson of ExxonMobil PNG, and Neville Choi of the PNG Chamber of Mines and Petroleum.

P'nyang discussions resume

In its March Quarter Report for 2020 Oil Search says it remains committed to progressing the three-train integrated expansion project, a highly cost-effective development, at the appropriate time.

The agreement is required before the LNG expansion project can move into the FEED phase.

Formal negotiations between ExxonMobil, on behalf of co-venturers, and the PNG Government on the P’nyang Gas Agreement were suspended in late January after a failure to reach an agreement on the project.

PNGCF visit Baruni Primary school

They are also in the technological age where information is made available at their fingertips but they lack understanding and comprehension of preventing themselves from communicable diseases. One such is cancer.

In partnership with Exxon Mobil PNG, the Papua New Guinea Cancer Foundation is doing its part in reducing the risk by young kids especially children in the LNG affected communities by conducting its school education awareness program.