Leadsun Australia is lighting up Kokoda College
Teacher trainer exchange to Australia builds teaching skill base in rural PNG
Solar is the key to powering remote Papua New Guinea.
With over 80% of the PNG population living in rural areas, the geographic diversity of this beautiful country means that a mere 6.3% of people living in remote areas have access to electricity.
Building flexible further education pathways in rural PNG
A group of 11 elementary teacher trainers from Morobe Province in northern Papua New Guinea (PNG) today embark on a week-long learning exchange to Sydney to further develop their skills as educators.
Cronulla Sharks keep the spirit of Kokoda alive
In rural and remote Papua New Guinea (PNG), teachers and community health workers of the future are closing the education gap with Flexible Open Distance Education (FODE).
Teacher training but not as you know it
Proud KTF ambassadors Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks are keeping the spirit of Kokoda alive, taking to the field in a specially-designed jersey in their annual Kokoda Challenge match against the Canberra Raiders on Thursday, 13 June.
Esther is responsible for the training of 240 teachers. Responsible for keeping them upskilled, mentoring them, and working with them to troubleshoot a range of challenges from parent and community involvement in schooling to challenging and expensive infrastructure requirements such as new classrooms or water supplies.