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.Read More
This week, KTA and KTF launched a joint scholarship scheme for the children and families of the Kokoda Track. Generously funded by the KTA, and administered by KTF, the scheme will support the project fees of 1,874 primary school students from across the catchment region supported under KTA’s jurisdiction.Read More
Papua New Guinea Special Purpose Authority, the Kokoda Track Authority (KTA), and international development NGO, the Kokoda Track Foundation (KTF), have teamed up to deliver a scholarship program for the children of the Kokoda Track. Together, the partners are funding the parent contribution project fees for more than 1,850 primary school students from all eligible KTA wards along and around the Kokoda Track.Read More
KTF will host a special screening of Power Meri in Sydney on Wednesday 1 May at Dendy Opera Quays.
Power Meri follows Papua New Guinea’s first national women’s rugby league team, the PNG Orchids, on their journey to the 2017 World Cup in Australia. These trailblazers must beat not only the sporting competition, but also intense sexism, a lack of funding, and national prejudice to reach their biggest stage yet.Read More
International Development organization, KTF has partnered with the PNG Sustainable Development Program (SDP), and the Member for Middle Fly, Hon. Roy Biyama to open a FODE centre at a new college in Balimo, Western Province.Read More