Thirty nine students sponsored under the Ipatas Foundation, have return to PNG shores.
The students were part of 120 students selected from schools in Enga Province, to study in Manilla, Philippines.
Their return is a milestone achievement for the drive Enga Provincial Government possesses for his human resource development. The students say, the intensive training has equipped them with more relevant skills to make a difference in Enga, and Papua New Guinea as a whole.
Out of the 39 students, 4 were female who called upon more girls to be involved in the program. These lots of students are part of the 120 ambassadors selected to study in the fields of tourism, fabrication, engineering and heavy diesel fitting.
A sum of K2.5 million was spent by the Ipatas Foundation to successfully carry out his sustainable training model.
Enga Governor Peter Ipatas said this exercise will replace the recruitment of foreign skills workers. Governor Ipatas is adamant that this program will enable student dropouts to be someone in life, and be useful in the society.
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