Papua New Guinea’s largest superfund, Nambawan Super, is strengthening its partnership with the Teaching Services Commission.
Nambawan Super has a membership base of about 120,000.
Chief Manager Member Services, Charlie Gilichibi, said more than 50% of the membership base are made up of teachers.
The partnership between Nambawan Super and the Teaching Services Commission was reinforced at Nambawan Super’s last media conference for 2016.
Chief Manager Member Services, Charlie Gilichibi, said to assist teachers keep their bio-data current and credible, the appropriate forms will be delivered together with the Teacher Resumption Forms.
Teaching Services Commission, Commissioner Policy, Samson Wangihomie, said this exercise will become very useful in the event of a teachers passing, especially where beneficiaries are concerned.
With some 57,000 teachers nationwide, Mr. Wangihomie encouraged each one to update their information and return with their Resumption Forms.
Mr Gilichibi said this was a great partnership which will see about half of Nambawan Super’s membership base reached at one time. He said public announcements will be made when teams will be dispatched to provinces to reach out to other members to update their data as well.