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April 14, 2021
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NRL PNG Takes Learning Online

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Organizations’ are becoming innovative and using technology as a means of disseminating information during the COVID-19 Pandemic.

National Rugby League NRL in PNG are recording their classroom and field sessions for student’s on video, in light of the current government-installed State of Emergency.

NRL in PNG runs classroom and on field sessions with primary schools on health, wellbeing and rugby league.  But the COVID-19 scare is not holding back the team at the NRL in PNG Office here in Port Moresby.

The League Bilong Laif program run by the National Rugby League (NRL) in Papua New Guinea, has hit a setback with the COVID-19 Pandemic forcing schools to close, prematurely in term one.

The team is working on producing videos for students on their sessions.

Previously hands on and face to face, this time students will be watching and learning. The six sessions are for students to understand, healthy wellbeing, and rugby league.

The students from grades 3 to 5 are taught the basics of making informative healthy choices, which in turn benefits them to take part in rugby league.

By Fidelis Sukina, EMTV Sports, Port Moresby

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