By Eric Haurupma – EM TV, Port Moresby
The Ginigoada Bisnis Foundation will be conducting an adult literacy program in Central province to educate people about business, computers and basic technology.
The Ginigoada Bisnis Foundation officially launched their mobile literacy program yesterday at Gaire village in Central province.
The program is called bus 2.3 and 6 specifically targets underprivileged people in the village by providing adequate skills training in business, computing, and technology
It is an initiative of the Ginigoada Bisnis Foundation and funded by the Strongim Pipol, Strongim Nation concept under the Australian Aid Program. It is also supported by NCDC other non-government organisations in PNG.
Ginigoada Training Manager, Rodney Graham, said it will commence next week Monday at Sabuiya village and will be rolled-out across the entire Central province.
“Trainers will be commuting through will be conducting skills training to the villagers,” he said.
The program has assisted many under privileged people to become successful entrepreneurs and secure paid employment.