Informal Lifelong Learning for Development in Papua New Guinea: A Case Study from the Margins into the Mainstream

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2018-04
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Commonwealth of Learning (COL)
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This article traces the impact of the Ginigoada Foundation on the educational development of thousands of children and adults in Papua New Guinea (PNG). // Port Moresby, capital city of Papua New Guinea (PNG), had been noted for the lack of educational opportunities for the majority of the population who lived in urban villages and squatter settlements. A “User-Pay” policy resulted in children not attending school because the costs were too high. Elsewhere in PNG, educational opportunities for children and adults were even lower. Dame Carol Kidu was instrumental in the establishment of the Ginigoada Foundation, an NGO that provides learning and training assistance, and she reflects on past and current developments in this article.

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Lifelong Learning,Mobile Learning (mLearning)
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Papua New Guinea
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Pacific
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Journal of Learning for Development;vol. 5, no. 1
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