Samson Komati Yuimb

Public Awareness Education on Reforestation, Rainforest Conservation and Climate Change in all the Schools in Western Highlands Province of Papua New Guinea

Munjika Tribal Villagers Mul Baiyer District in Western Highlands Province at a village based festival.

Nanga Emmanuel Primary School students and teachers in Western Highlands Province.

Samson Komati (Projects Manager of PNG Climate Change Foundation Inc) with Japan Ambassador to Papua New Guinea, Honorable Hajime Nishiyama, at Kokop Village.

Town/RegionCountryCategoriesDate
Mt. Hagen Papua New GuineaAustralasia, Education, Forests, Trees29 Aug 2008

KVEDO Inc, the local NGO in Mt. Hagen, Western Highlands Province, will spearhead the public awareness campaigns through speeches, presentations, and open forums in all schools throughout the province targeting more than 15,000 students by informing them to become aware of pressing environmental issues affecting their country and encouraging them to be proactive in reforestation, conservation, and climate change management practices and activities in their respective rural villages in the coming years.

Read about Samson's previous projects http://www.ruffordsmallgrants.org/rsg/projects/samson_komati_yuimb or for more information contact skyfdn@yahoo.com

Project Update: December 2008

I wish to share with Rufford Small Grants Foundation what happened today. KVEDO Inc was today invited to sign the a Grant Contract as a recipient of the Japanese Government's Grassroots Grants for Human Security Projects (GGP) at the Japanese Embassy in Port Moresby today at 10:00 am.

KVEDO Inc has secured this grant to develop 6 new permanent classrooms for the Nanga Emmanuel Primary School in Kokop Village. Thanks to the Rufford Small Grants Foundation for supporting KVEDO Inc over the years with three separate grants so far (2004, 2006, and 2008) for worthwhile environment projects which has set the precedent (for our record and reputation) among donor agencies in the country and overseas. Based on the solid support Rufford Small Grants Foundation has rendered KVEDO Inc, the Government of Japan has offered a major grant to develop classroom buildings for my village-based primary school that is to be completed in March 2009.

I sincerely thank the Rufford Small Grants Foundation for showing faith, helping us grow, and proofed to other donors that KVEDO Inc is truly an agent for development projects in the Western Highlands Province and Papua New Guinea through the successful draw-down and implementation of foreign donor
aid grants.

Final Report

Read about the activities undertaken and findings of this project in the final report below.

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