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POSITION VACANCY

Are you passionate about working with young people and believe in their potential to create positive change?

If you are interested or know of someone who is interested we have a position vacancy for a Programs Officer who will be based in Goroka with some travel to Lae and Port Moresby. We are looking for someone who is knowledgeable about the University of Goroka campus community and the key student associations. Has lived in Goroka or have lived there and are familiar with NGOs and youth stakeholders in Goroka and the surrounding area. More on the Job description is available on our website, click on the following link - http://thevoicepng.org/our-newsroom-2/opportunities/

To apply, send in your CV and necessary documents to info@thevoicepng.org or contact us on 72032055 or 7639 1187. Applications close 5pm Friday 15th June 2018.
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The Youth NGO and Stakeholder Workshop has concluded today.
We have had two days of really good conversations centred around youth and ways of which we can work together. We hope that our discussions over the last couple of days will help pave the way forward on how we can work together and continue to address the issues our young people face today.
Thank you to all the representatives from various church, youth and NGO organisations and Stakeholders for attending. Together we believe we can be a powerful voice to achieve the greater positive change we want to see for PNG.
#cleangen #youthvoices #leadtoimpact #PNGEmYumiYah #strengthinnumbers
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Orientation Week is always a high for our team as we see so many young high spirited first year students. Over the last weeks, our program team and student volunteers have been busy with Orientation Week at our partner universities. The PNG University of Technology was the first to kick off O-Week, followed by the University of PNG.

This year, our O-Week Sessions are Clean Gen focussed and we are very excited to share the message of Clean Gen to new students and see them carry the vision of being a purposeful, virtuous and responsible in their actions.

O-Week is now underway at the University of Goroka. We would like to encourage all students especially first years to checkout our Clean Gen Booth or come to our Information Session on Friday, 16th February 11am-12pm at the Mark Solon Auditorium. T-Shirts and DREAM Workbooks will be sold on the day. #cleangen #leadtoimpact
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It has been an exciting week and a great way to start off 2018 as some of our team members and two of the representatives from the Canadian Government traveled to Lae to visit the Fortitude Project site and also see firsthand what Ruth and Piwen, two of our community members have been doing. The work they do includes designing and building a chiller for fish storage for a few rural communities to allow the communities have access to markets so they can sell their fish.

We are extremely thankful for the Canadian Government for their support in this project.

We are also thrilled to announce that we're doing a 15 minute short film about the project in conjunction with Haus Kunai Produktions.

Watch this space for more updates on the project and the short film.
#resilientcommunities #cleangen
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1/19/18
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Since our last piece on the Refugee Crisis in Manus one of our community members assisted the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre (ASRC)​ to provide the refugees with water purifiers and connect the men to doctors in Australia.
More on the article is on our website, see link - http://thevoicepng.org/refugee-crisis-in-manus-action-after-the-awareness/
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Last week Saturday we had the privilege of having our Patron and Secretary General to the Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat, Dame Meg Taylor join us for our Clean Generation KomUNITY Workshop. The workshop focused on designing the next phase of the Clean Generation Campaign and workshoping our Theory of Change (ToC).
We would like to thank Dame Meg, our young people and our KomUNITY members for continuing to share valuable insight and feedback. We believe there is a change starting to shift and are very excited for the next stage of TVI.
Watch this space on more updates on our ToC.
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12/5/17
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"Students driving conversations about PNG's future, through debate challenge." Here is the article on the recent student initiative. Enjoy! #PNG #cleangen
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Congratulations to the Civil Engineering Department team for coming out on top this year as winners of the 2017 UNITECH Independence Debate! 🇵🇬️🇵🇬️🇵🇬️
Whilst it was a time to celebrate all things PNG, our students at the Papua New Guinea University of Technology were driving Clean Gen conversations on important national policies, basic services and the SDG's through their Independence Debate. The two day competition saw all departments at the University participate with over 400 students come out to support their course mates at the Duncanson Hall (Sept 15-16).

The debate was an initiative, organized and hosted by the LDP Champs Tribe. It's exciting to see our young people alongside their peers, driving conversations on key developmental areas for PNG through such activities and are grateful for the support of the university administration and departments. The winning departments walked away with vouchers to assist the Departmental Student Associations in their activities on campus.

We hope everyone had a good and safe Independence weekend! #cleangen #leadtoimpact #pngemmiyah
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9/18/17
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Happy Independence PNG! #PNG #cleangen
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Look After Mother Nature is a snapshot on the conversations one of our young leaders from the Papua New Guinea University of Technology, Junior Muki, has been driving on campus, about Climate Change. Josh Muki Jnr is a Final Year, Mining Engineering student at PNGUOT, who completed our Leadership Development Program in 2016, he has worked with his peers to talk about this pressing challenge, especially in the context of the effects of mining on the environment. 🌳🍁🌻 #cleangen #leadtoimpact
Visit our website, www.thevoicepng.org and check out "Our Newsroom" and our stories of "Impact", to see what our leaders have been up to.
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