Photo: Scholarship recipients at the launching of the Oil Search Foundation Scholarship Program PORT MORESBY, NATIONAL CAPITAL DISTRICT, PAPUA NEW GUINEA The Oil Search Foundation continues to contribute significantly to the development of Papua New Guinea and its human resources – the latest through the launch of a new scholarship programme. Oil Search Foundation (OSF) […]
Oil Search is aiming to create positive changes around the country through an innovative program that encourages its employees to use the skills and knowledge gained at work to improve their homes and communities.
The Oil Search Foundation (OSF) has accelerated its push for children’s literacy in the Tari and Kikori areas of Hela and Gulf provinces by funding a three-week induction training for seven new Literacy Librarians in Port Moresby
Three and five year olds of Kikori stand to benefit from a literacy library that will prepare them for entry into the formal education system following the signing of an agreement between Oil Search Foundation (OSF) and the United Church in Port Moresby today.
Elizah Thomas is a five-year old from Kupari village in Tari, Hela Province. He is shy and does not talk or play much. But when called upon to read to his peers and the public at the Kuluanda Literacy Library last week, he trudged up, in bare feet and tonnes of confidence, silencing the crowd with his clear voice and new-found literacy skill.
Over 400 children across Gulf and the Southern Highlands provinces will have the opportunity to explore a whole new world of reading during this year’s National Book Week thanks to a book drive organised by employees of Oil Search and the Oil Search Foundation in 2016.
A novel idea to set up a “cupboard” library in the Children’s Ward of the Hela Provincial Hospital has kicked off with the lending of books to children who are admitted there.
Getting 3-5 year olds to behave, let alone absorb basic learning in a classroom setting is by no means an easy feat for any teacher.
Last year over 300,000 women, children and men across Kutubu in the Southern Highlands, Kikori in Gulf and the Hela Province, had access to a range of programs through the Oil Search Foundation.
More children and adults in two provinces stand to benefit from a unique partnership that brings library books right down to the grassroots level to improve literacy in some of the most challenging areas in the country.
Teachers from Tari recently completed a training course aimed at providing them with necessary skills to teach adolescents and young adults about sex and sexuality as part of their Personal Development (PD) curriculum.
The Oil Search Foundation and Buk bilong Pikinini announced the establishment of a new library and Early Childhood Development and Literacy program at Kuluanda Primary School at Kopari Catholic Mission in Tari, Hela Province. This will be the first such program for the Province with plans to expand to other areas in the near future.