The provision of early childhood education in Hela province has improved following the graduation of 249 elementary teachers from the province. The teachers were part of the Teach for Tomorrow project; a two-year national teacher training program that is a partnership between Australian NGO, KTF, the National Department of Education and various provincial departments of education.Read More
Clean affordable solar lighting is now a reality for remote communities along the Kokoda Track. A partnership between KTF and the Australian Government (Kokoda Initiative), with generous in-kind support from PNG Air, has illuminated 291 households in 10 communities along the Kokoda Track. Household solar lighting and energy systems were installed onto every home in the villages of Naoro 2, Efogi 1 & 2, Kagi, Alola, Abuari, Isurava, Kovello and Hoi and all smaller villages in between.Read More
Last weekend, forty members of KTF’s Archer Leaders Alumni gathered in Port Moresby for the inaugural Archer Leaders Conference. Facilitated by Australian NGO KTF, the conference was the first time the leaders had come together since participating in the year-long leadership development program, aimed at finding and fostering the next generation of PNG leaders.Read More
Last Friday, 82 new elementary teachers graduated at a ceremony in Alotau, Milne Bay Province. Australian NGO, KTF (Kokoda Track Foundation) was delighted to once again partner with the Milne Bay Provincial Department of Education and PNG Education Institute to train the cohort of elementary teachers for the remote, maritime Province.Read More
KTF is excited to announce that applications for the 2019 Archer Leadership Program are now open.
Calling all final year PNG University students!Read More