Connecting Papua New Guinea!

The Connect PNG Program aims to enhance the road connection between Kerema and Menyamya in Papua New Guinea, bridging the gap between rural and urban areas.Image of the new road construction un connect PNG program.


Connect PNG - A Road to Hope and Progress in Papua New Guinea.

Reported by Mr. Joshua Honnes

In a significant development for Papua New Guinea (PNG), the long-awaited road connection between Kerema and Menyamya is not just a promise, but a reality that promises to transform lives and communities.

This groundbreaking initiative is set to bridge the gap between rural and urban areas, unlocking access to vital services and opportunities previously out of reach for many. No longer will the journey to essential services be measured in days of arduous trekking, but in the mere distance of a well-traveled road.

The road connectivity is poised to put an end to the isolation of Kerema and pave the way for enhanced access to Menyamya. Crucially, this endeavor transcends political divides, as it is recognized as a fundamental need for the people, untainted by political agendas.

Venturing into the heart of rural PNG, Mr. Joshua Honnes witnessed firsthand the dire need for improved infrastructure.

In places like Telefomin in West Sepik and Kotidanga in Gulf Province, the absence of roads has left communities stranded, with residents enduring grueling journeys lasting days simply to access basic services.

The Trans Highlands Highway, spanning 180 kilometers and linking Morobe and Gulf provinces, symbolizes both the challenges and the promise of road connectivity in PNG. Yet, despite the obstacles, progress marches forward.

Amidst this groundbreaking development, Mr. Honnes's journey and story captures the essence of the transformation underway.

Image of Joshua Honnes undertook the arduous trek from Kerema to Menyamya, traversing 180 kilometers over five days, following through the new roads construction under connect png program.

With unwavering determination, he undertook the arduous trek from Kerema to Menyamya, traversing 180 kilometers over five days. His remarkable journey serves as a testament to the resilience and hope of the PNG people in the face of adversity.

As the road to Kerema and Menyamya nears completion, it heralds a new era of hope, progress, and unity for Papua New Guinea. Together, let us celebrate this milestone and embrace the boundless possibilities that lie ahead on the road to a brighter future.

God bless Papua New Guinea!

God bless Connect PNG Program!


TOP NEWS

The Significance Of The Connect PNG Program Under Marape-Rosso Government

Papua New Guinea Nationwide Call for Prime Minister James Marape to Sack Minister Justin Tkatchenko

Ms Savannah Tkatchenko Viral TikTok Video that Made Her Dad to Label “PRIMITIVE ANIMALS” to PNG.

PAPUA NEW GUINEA FOREIGN MINISTER HON. JUSTIN TKATCHENKO MADE FORMAL STATEMENT TO THE PARLIAMENT

ASFPNG Elects New Leadership, Commits to Strengthening Papua New Guinea Superannuation Industry

Keynote Address of Papua New Guinea Prime Minister Hon. James Marape MP at the 2023 Provincial Governors’ Conference in Port Moresby

CONTAMINATED WATER CAUSING DISEASE IN THE SEPIK REGION OF PAPUA NEW GUINEA

After Seven Tough and Long Painful Years, Faith Got Her Bachelor in Property Valuation and Management – True Story to Inspire Young Papua New Guinea Girls and Women

Peter O’Neill’s Statement on PNG-US Security Agreement – To the Nation of Papua New Guinea

Who is Justin Tkatchenko – MP for Moresby South

Dr Bal Kama: 4 KEY ISSUES WITH PNG-US SECURITY AGREEMENT AS LEAKED: DELAY SIGNING UNTIL FIXED

Papua New Guinea Postal Codes: Post PNG Limited's revision improves the efficiency and reliability of mail and parcel delivery services in Papua New Guinea.

Read more news and stories here. Watch online news and documentaries about Papua New Guinea here.
Subscribe to receive our daily news updates

Loading

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *