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PNG NRI’s Property Sector Development Program Research Fellow Thomas Wangi will be talking on making customary land accessible for residential property development in Papua New Guinea on FM100 Talkback Show at 10am Thursday 21 June 2018.

The interview will be based on Mr Wangi’s research paper titled “Accessibility of Customary Land for residential property development in PNG: Challenges and Prospects”.
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Applications for the 2018 PNG NRI Economic Policy Analysis Course (EPAC) is now open.
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The two main challenges faced by women candidates in the 2017 National Elections were: Financial constraints and affiliation (having less affiliation, results in less support). – PNG NRI’s Gender in Papua New Guinea Project Officer Sarah Kaut-Nasengom

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For the past 9 elections in Papua New Guinea only 7 women were voted and served in Parliament. – PNG NRI’s Gender in Papua New Guinea Project Officer Cathy Keimelo

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Lack of women in parliament impacts equal participation in decision making at national level. – PNG NRI's Gender in Papua New Guinea Project Officer Cathy Keimelo

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The Duran Farm Housing Project is a very good initiative from the GoPNG, which has the potential of reducing house prices in Port Moresby. – Property Sector Development Program Research Fellow Logea Nao

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Trunk infrastructure: pipe-borne water, proper road networks, electricity and sewerage.

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“Expenditures associated with housing in major cities of PNG might make many households unable to afford food, clothing, health care and education.” – Logea Nao

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Providing affordable housing for Papua New Guineans is becoming a concern for the government. – PNG NRI's Property Sector Development Program Research Fellow Logea Nao

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People feel disadvantaged when they receive cash house allowance instead of employer provided accommodation, suggesting that not many people are aware of, or utilize, housing allowance variation provisions. – PNG NRI’s Economic Policy Program Leader and Senior Fellow Francis Odhuno

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