MAPEX Training Institute

K10,000 for education project

Managing director Marcus Palam Kara presented the cheque to Johnny Yawari of Wame Blood. The donation is in aid of Yawari's 'Concert for a Worthy Cause' dinner scheduled to take place on Friday, November 10 at the Hilton in Port Moresby.

Yawari who is organizing the corporate dinner to raise funds for the construction of a double-storey classroom in his hometown of Kutubu, Southern Highlands expressed his gratitude to Kara and his team for their commitment to education in the country.

Second chance for Mapex graduates

Most of these students are second-chancers who were unable to continue in the formal education system and now have a new lease on life following graduation day.

Mapex Training Institute managing director, Marcus Palem Kara says the institute’s goal is to contribute to the country’s human development.

Kara paid special tribute to the sponsors, stakeholders and parents who contributed to the development of the students by providing funding support.

“Stop Fighting, Learn a Trade”

Beginning on Monday 13th September, she will be travelling to the Highlands Region to carry u awareness for the school, beginning in Goroka and ending in Lake Kopiago in the Hela Province.

“As a young Papua New Guinean woman, my mission is to travel to the Hela province and the Highlands region and take on the challenge to bring the Mapex Training Institute to my province of Hela.

Koiari Landowners Assure City Residents

This was stated by Babea Toina, chairman of the Koiari landowner Group RODCO Development Limited.

He gave this guarantee to those present at the presentation of a K290, 000 cheque funded by the government to the Mapex Training Institute for school fees for 56 Koiari students studying there.

Toina said, “After 21 years as chairman of the Rouna Incorporated Land Group and now RODCO Development Limited, I have assessed the situation and have decided that it is not good to make the state and Moresby city residents to suffer.”

Koiari Lanco pays Fees

A cheque of K285,970.00 was presented by RODCO Limited’s executives, to the Principal and Executive Director of MIT for the 2021 school year.

At the cheque presentation, RODCO Limited Executive Director, Marcus Palem Kara said the small but very significant event should encourage the students to keep going.

“You are not alone. The landowner group is with you to support you and make sure that you complete what you intend to achieve.

Second chance for youths

The young men have been selected as part of a two-month heavy equipment operator training program with MAPEX Training Institute.

Samarai-Murua MP, Isi Leonard Henry, announced the program adding that he wanted to help these troubled youths get an opportunity to change their lives.

The Member outlined that this program is different from the usual scholarship that he has in his electorate.

The youths that he selected were deemed outcasts and troublemakers in the area.