A Foundation aimed at supporting the Seventh Day Adventist Church to deliver infrastructure and human resource capacity building, has been launched.
It’s known as the ANIS Foundation, and was formed by the former University of Technology Adventist students.
It was a reuniting moment for the former UNITECH Adventist students, including professionals from all other Universities and colleges.
Some of them included Finance Minister James Marape, Public State and Investment, Minister Ben Micah, and PNG Customs Commissioner, Ray Paul.
Their one goal was to consolidate skills, resources and knowledge to further the cause of God in PNG with great intensity.
Guest speaker; PNG Union Mission President Pastor Leigh Rice, said these services, would support and facilitate the delivery of the Good news of Jesus.
Launched was the ANIS Foundation Constitution, Consultancy Services Limited, and a Website.