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International Rugby Board Introduces New Programs

The International Rugby Board has funded and proposed three new programs run under the sanctioning body of PNG Rugby Football Union.

Two of PNGRFU’s developing officers, travelled to Daru last week with Papua New Guinea’s first IRB accredited Medical Educator, Kapua Kapua.

The three programs under the funding of the International Rugby Board was introduced and carried out in Daru last weekend.

The first program is a newly introduced, First Aid program which is aimed at not just medical practitioners and first aid officers, but at the general public.  

This initiative comes under the International Rugby Board, which follows through a string of other programs designed to enhance and develop the progress of the sporting code.

IRB aims at achieving mass participation throughout the South Pacific Region with PNGRFU Development Officers, Frank Genia and Sailosi Druma.

With the Pacific in Union development program already in full stroke, the Get Into Rugby program looks more at developing the code of the sport through awareness and mass participation.

All three programs will be implemented throughout the country

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