February 17, 2014
The Anglican Church of Papua New Guinea’s (ACPNG) Education Division hosted a strategic meeting of the Diocesan Education Secretaries in Port Moresby.
The Church has 3 secondary schools, over 100 primary schools and many more elementary schools spread across PNG, in the highlands, lowlands, coastal and islands regions of PNG.
Through the Church Partnership Program (CPP), ABM is assisting the Anglican Education Division (AED) to better support its teachers and communities to provide quality education to PNG children.
This meeting is the first of its kind for many years and one of the outcomes is the program for the Diocesan Schools Conferences to be held during first and second term in each Diocese, also funded through the CPP.
The CPP is a partnership between Australian AID, ABM and ACPNG along with 6 other PNG churches and their Australian partners aimed largely at improving health and education services to people in rural and marginalised parts of PNG.
PNG Partner Liaison
(Photo: Meagan Morrison (second from right) with AED staff Luke Aum, Harold Kaiyaoko, Percy Kaniniba, Larry Dou and Roger Baboa.)