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SME Training

Thirty participants pass out of Pacific Institute of Leadership and Governance (PILAG) on Friday with a certificate in Financial and Digital Literacy for Small to Medium Enterprise (SME).

The participants are from Central province, completed two weeks of training funded by their provincial government.

This training is focus on helping local people to start and manage small businesses.

Central Provincial Administrator Francis Koaba highlighted that this training coincide with their five year development plan as Agriculture is the main focus.

Koaba said the provincial government step forward to assist the people with the much needed skills and knowledge to contribute meaningfully to the economic development in the province.

He encouraged those participants to share the knowledge with others for the greater benefit.

Meanwhile PILAG Chief Executive Officer Michael Barobe, commended the Central Provincial Government for recognizing PILAG as the Government sanctioned training provider responsible for public and private sector capacity building and coming on-board to give the people of Central Province the necessary skills, knowledge and ability to effectively develop a strategic values-based approach to ethically leading and managing business.

Thirty participants of Central province graduated at the PILAG with Financial Literacy on SME, posing with PILAG CEO Michael Barobe and Central Provincial Administrator Francis Koaba with their certificates.

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