“Bougainville right now needs a lot of educated people to manage and guide the region as we prepare ourselves for referendum.In three years time, the people of Bougainville will be voting for their own political future and it important that people are educated about this issue.It is a must that the human capital resource must be highly educated in order for Bougainville to prosper”
ABG Minister for Community Development, Josephine Getsi
A total of 224 Early Childhood Teachers graduated from a two weeks training workshop at Morou Village in the Baubake Constituency area at the weekend.
The ceremony was witnessed by three ABG Members, the Minister for Community Government, Hon. Jacob Tooke, and Minister for Community Development, Josephine Getsi and Minister Assisting the President, Hon. Robert Tsika.
The three members told the graduation ceremony that the government fully supports the initiative by those wanting to promote education as the number one priority.
They also said their presence at the ceremony is testimony of the government’s commitment to provide education to the whole population of Bougainville.
The emphasis is on providing quality education as against general education.
An educated population is key to a strong and progressive government or country.
The ABG Minister for Community Development, Josephine Getsi says education is the backbone of any country adding that it is through education a person can bring change to the environment.
You can support Bougainville education thru James Tanis project http://www.bookgainville.com