From Missionary Endeavors To Parliamentary Deliberations – Tracing Christianity’s Journey In Papua New Guinea

Tracing the historical roots of Christianity in Papua New Guinea from the 19th century missionary efforts to the recent parliamentary discussions on designating the nation as a Christian Country, the journey of Christianity in Papua New Guinea has been profound. European missionaries, both Catholic and Protestant, arrived in the 19th century, facing challenges but gradually spreading Christianity across the region. Missionaries provided education, healthcare, and social services, leading to the acceptance of Christianity. The recent parliamentary debates on recognizing Christianity as the official religion have sparked diverse perspectives, with proponents emphasizing the cultural significance and critics raising concerns about religious freedom and minority rights. The ongoing discussions reflect the complex interplay of cultural, religious, and political dynamics in Papua New Guinea.

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Inspiring Story of Maika (Papua New Guinean) and Sally (Australian), about their connections in life, education, work, love and community in Papua New Guinea.

Inspiring Story of Maika and Sally, and their connections in life, education, work, love and community in Papua New Guinea.

An inspiring story to retell from generations to come. Story of Maika and Sally, and their connections in life, education, work, love and community in Papua New Guinea. Inspiring Story of Maika (Papua New Guinean) and Sally (Australian), about their connections in life, education, work, love and community in Papua New Guinea. by Australian High Commission

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THE School of Excellence (SoE) concept in the Yangoru-Saussia District in Papua New Guinea had proved workable when over 20 students from the district were sent into universities last year after years of delivering less than 10.

THE SCHOOL OF EXCELLENCE CONCEPT INTRODUCED IN PAPUA NEW GUINEA PROVES WORKABLE

THE School of Excellence (SoE) concept in the Yangoru-Saussia District in Papua New Guinea had proved workable when over 20 students from the district were sent into universities last year after years of delivering less than 10. THE SCHOOL OF EXCELLENCE CONCEPT IN PAPUA NEW GUINEA PROVES WORKABLE. By MICHELLE AUAMOROMORO | Sunday Bulletin THE School

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Young Talented Papua New Guinea Lawyer Attains Masters Degree in Law

Benjamin Bofeng, a young talented Papua New Guinea, has successfully attained a master degree in law and development from the University of Melbourne, Australia. Benjamin Becomes the second lawyer from Papua New Guinea Constitution and Law Reform Commission (CLRC) to attain a master degree by Study Awards | July 06, 2021. A talented young Papua

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Love and Education in Papua New Guinea

A True Story of LOVE and EDUCATION in Papua New Guinea

A True Story of Love and Education in Papua New Guinea – “So my girlfriend was a boarding student and she would go to the mess during lunch and dinner to give me her food, she was really helpful in ecouragements and advices always talking to me about giving my best and making me become

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