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ExxonMobil PNG donates mosquito nets

ExxonMobil assisted the program and its partners in rolling out its weeklong awareness program which took place in the township of Kiunga to mark World Malaria Day.

ExxonMobil PNG’s expansion project community affairs field coordinator, Dylan Soondrawu when handing over the treated mosquito nets highlighted the positive impact that mosquito nets will have on vulnerable women and children in malaria prone high risk areas.

ExxonMobil PNG reopens Komo airfield

The first flight with staff on board arrived at Komo airfield on 26 April 2018. A cargo plane delivering earthquake relief landed shortly after.

ExxonMobil PNG Managing Director, Andrew Barry, said the reinstatement of Komo airfield in such a short timeframe is a testament to the hard work and dedication of those involved.

ExxonMobil brings forward Red Shield Appeal donation

ExxonMobil PNG has brought forward is annual donation to the Salvation Army’s Red Shield Appeal, providing them with advanced funds to purchase urgent supplies needed in the relief efforts.                                                                                         

It is the sixth consecutive year ExxonMobil PNG has supported the Appeal with the funds traditionally being used to assist the Salvation Army to carry out its social services programs in communities in PNG.

Experts to assess damages in Hides

ExxonMobil managing director, Andrew Barry, said they have begun flying in experts to carry out the assessment.

Since Monday the company has shut down its Hides gas conditioning plant, the two LNG trains in Port Moresby, and evacuated non-essential staff at those facilities.

He said the facilities were shut down without any problems.

Women need to work together: Leader

This call was made by Doreka Dai, who is a designer and runs a small tailoring business.

She made the comments during the opening of the Boera Women’s Resource Centre in the Central Province village yesterday (Feb 27).

Dai, who is a member of the Boera Women’s Association and Advancing PNG: Women Leaders Network, said many a time, women were their own worst enemies.

With the new centre, she called for cooperation and support among women.

The Centre was built with support from ExxonMobil PNG at a cost of K260,000.

ExxonMobil shuts down Hides plant

The plant and wellpads have been shut as a precaution until full assessments can be completed on damages sustained during the earthquake.

In a statement, ExxonMobil PNG says it is putting plans in place to evacuate non-essential staff due to the damage to the Hides camp quarters and continuing aftershocks.

Exxon thanks partners

Managing Director Andrew Barry said this during a community partner thank you event hosted in Port Moresby recently.

More than 100 organisations attended the event, hosted by ExxonMobil PNG.

Barry thanked the development partners, acknowledging their contributions to community-backed projects.

In a heartfelt speech he said the partnerships they have built to deliver development projects for communities around PNG has been nothing short of inspirational and has had a profound impact on his life.

Proper venue to hear disputes

This was stated during the opening of the community hall outside Port Moresby today.

ExxonMobil PNG handed over the infrastructure to the Lealea community as part of its community programs in the village.

The new hall in Lealea has been touted as an important place to meet and hold community events, but more importantly for the village court which has been without a proper venue for years.

Proper venue to hear disputes

This was stated during the opening of the community hall outside Port Moresby today.

ExxonMobil PNG handed over the infrastructure to the Lealea community as part of its community programs in the village.

The new hall in Lealea has been touted as an important place to meet and hold community events, but more importantly for the village court which has been without a proper venue for years.

​Instill healthy lifestyle habits early

With this in mind, the PNG Cancer Foundation has been engaging with schools to roll out its Healthy Teens School Program (HTSP).

Partnering with ExxonMobil PNG, PNGCF today delivered the first of this program to Lealea Primary School, Central Province.

The program was launched to drive awareness on cancer to students in schools, targeting grades six to eight.

Thanking ExxonMobil for joining the fight against cancer, PNGCF CEO Dadi Toka Jnr said the sponsorship will go a long way in reducing the threat of cancer through this program.