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News & Developments
Panda Gas Distributor Initivative.
25th Feb 2019
An initiative created by like-minded young Papua New Guineans to reduce poverty in Papua New Guinea, has seen the launching of the Panda Gas distributor last Friday at Wabag in Enga Province. Panda Gas Distributor is a reseller of Puma Gas, distributing it to thousands of homes in Enga Province. It is an initiative created by Paradise Development Consultancy, under its community programs.
Source: EMTV Online
Consultancy introduces tool to address poverty
September 21, 2018
The tool called Poverty Stoplight is a method that allows families to measure their own level of poverty, and identify and create customized strategies to solve their specific situations...
Source: The National PNG
Read More: https://www.thenational.com.pg/consultancy-introduces-tool-to-address-poverty/
Poverty Stoplight training for PDC
September 18, 2018
Poverty Stoplight Training of Trainers (TOT) for Paradise Development Consultancy professionals, 17th-21 September, 2018. A courtesy of Fundación Paraguaya.
UNDP: 37% of PNG population lives below national poverty line.
August 16, 2018
According to UNDP’s poverty reduction program, 37% of PNG’s population lives below the national poverty line. Poverty Stoplight is a method that allows families to measure their level of poverty, and identify and create customized strategies to solve their specific deprivations. This simple app that is currently operating in over 20 countries worldwide has arrived on the shores of PNG. Source: EMTV Online
PDC becomes the Oceania hub for Poverty Stoplight
July 7, 2018
Paradise Development Consultancy has partnered with Foundation Paraguay to initiate their Poverty Stoplight program in PNG and eventually the Pacific region. The launching was attended by Dr. Martin Burt (CEO and founder of FP), Hon. Alfred Manase on behalf of the Prime Minister and other important senior figures in PNG. Working together with PDC, the aim is to alleviate poverty using the Poverty Stoplight technology. "We look forward to partnering with government agencies, organizations, NGOs and churches that are already engaged in poverty alleviation programs" says Mr. Shane Ipatas, Chairman of PDC.
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