ExxonMobil PNG

Firm supports top performers

“We believe that education is the cornerstone to Papua New Guinea’s future and we will continue to help PNG secure its future, through education,” said ExxonMobil PNG’s community development support manager, Sisa Kini.

“The children are the future and they have a critical role to play in the long term economic and social development of Papua New Guinea. There is no better place and time to start than in school,” said Ms Kini.

She congratulated the top performing students and everyone else who graduated on their accomplishments.

​Women Empowered with Financial Literacy Skills

The training was aimed at strengthening the women’s ability to understand how to make, manage and invest money.

This was part of ExxonMobil PNG’s strategy to support people in project communities to create and sustain economic activities that would go beyond the life of the PNG LNG project.

The forty women are now skilled trainers who will run financial literacy training in their respective communities.

They appreciated the principles that were taught, including being disciplined and having a goal, how to budget, save, and make profits. 

Fight against cancer taken to Papa and Lealea in Hiri West District

Working in partnership with ExxonMobil PNG, the Foundation conducted free cancer screening and awareness at the London Missionary Society (LMS) Church on Papa village today.

The program’s primary focus in the two villages was on cancer awareness and prevention of which free mouth and breast cancer screening was given today for the people of Papa village.

Awareness of cervical and breast cancer is also being carried out through a series of workshops while the screening is going on.

ExxonMobil PNG supports local women

The program, run by Plan International USA known as Global Women in Management (GWIM), is supported by operator of the PNG LNG Project, ExxonMobil PNG Limited under parent company ExxonMobil’s Women’s Economic Opportunity Initiative.

The nine women, Kore Tau, Elizabeth Taurega, Margaret Aila, Miriam Gai, Ruth Kissam, Theresa Gizoria, Miriam Layton, Shirley Iragali and Rita Paru are attending the workshop from  April  18 to May 13.