Usino Gets New Health Centre

The sub-health centre was built at a cost of K4.2 million funding from the Usino-Bundi District Development Authority an additional K2 million from the Prime Minister’s SIP program funding.

Thousands of people from all three LLGs of Usino-Bundi converged onto the station and witnessed the official opening.

Guest of honor was the Secretary for Health, Dr. Osborne Liko, who made a commitment to support the new health facility with two new ambulances.

K150,000 For Rural School

Mopo Primary School children will soon enjoy the comforts of a new classroom, after the funding was made available through the Office of Madang Governor, Peter Yama. This support is under the Office’s ‘Going Rural Policy’

They have been providing funding support to schools in rural Madang, with Mopo Primary School being the latest recipient.

Uguro aims to transform Usino

Local MP and Minister for Education Jimmy Uguro, is making his vision of service delivery become reality for his people.

He said, “We are now rolling out district rural electrification program, roofing iron distributed to people in the district, upgrade and maintenance of various hospitals and other projects that will transform the lives of my people.”

Uguro also mentioned that the district will be receiving the Prime Minister and his delegation this December, to officially open the state-of-the-art stadium.

Usino rice milling machines

The new rice mills were purchased at Farmset Limited in Madang for more than K60,000.

President of Usino LLG, Peiwa Aimai, commissioned the new rice milling machines at Usino LLG chamber in the presence of thirty-four ward council members on Friday 23rd April.

Aimai said the purchase of the thirty-four rice milling machines were purchased through the royalty grant received from the Ramu NiCo Project.

He said the royalty grant was from the 2019 allocation which was unanimously agreed upon by the thirty-four ward councilors of Usino LLG.

Special Christmas gift for Puksak CBO in Usino LLG

The gift is aimed to support their livelihood.

The Christmas gift came in form of a box of cocoa seeds from World Vision in Madang. These hybrid cocoa seeds are tolerant to the destructive insect pest called cocoa pod borer, which had devastated most of the cocoa trees in their area thus affecting their income earning opportunities.

Ramu sugar town to host 9s competition

According to the coordinator, Andrew Sam, the initiative is to promote sports for men and women of Usino, Bundi and Gama LLG of Usino-Bundi district of Madang.

The competition is sponsored by Tamane Lodge, which is a tourism entity owned by local businessman from Usino-Bundi district, Edward Kiza.

Sam added that the Christmas competition is aimed at establishing friendship, networking and build stronger relationships within the community.

Sam clarified that the nines competition aims to achieve the following objectives: