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Wabag embraces Just Play

PNGFA Technical Director Taku NIEBO with his officers were in Wabag to conduct a Training workshop for teachers and volunteers for the Wabag School Soccer Association and Enga Football Association. A total of 18 participants congregated at Wabag Primary…

UNICEF PNG Communication Specialist Sipora Monier explains that in child protection they are specifically looking at birth registration which they realise that most children in PNG are not birth registered. With the aim of putting children first, Papua New…

Seminar gets underway

Accompanying Franck will be OFC Just Play Technical Coordinator Emmie Sope and UNICEF Pacific consultant Melissa Palombi. Palombi’s role at UNICEF Pacific is to work closely with OFC to help integrate key messages, from UNICEF Pacific’s main programmatic focal…

Just Play breaks through to Teteh

Just Play manageress Margaret Aka said she was a bit hesitate visiting the community but upon that commitment she made for a change in Teteh community, she was so impress upon arrival to see kids coming in numbers with…

Taurama inspired by Just Play

The Just Play programme which is funded by the Australian Government focuses on using football to support broader social development in youth. Through designed football-related activities, children learn to develop healthy lifestyle habits, encourage gender equality, promote social inclusion,…

New content rollout in POM

The workshop is being attended by 15 participants from primary and elementary schools in NCD with an almost equal representation of men and women from ten different schools – St. Johns Primary School, Bavaroko Primary School, Coronation Primary School,…

Kids having fun with Just Play

The excited students gathered in front of PNGFA technical director Taku Niebo listening, eager to see what he has brought for them. Well it’s to have fun with Just Play using the four objectives, increase healthy lifestyle choices, promote…

Apart from football skills children also learn life skills to become responsible citizen growing up. OFC has worked closely with the Australian Government – through its agencies the Australian Agency for International Development (AusAID) and the Australian Sports Commission…

Football offers opportunities for play and self-expression, beneficial especially for the young with few other opportunities in their lives. Children from the Morata suburb in the city turned up in a good number last week to be part of…

Football offers opportunities for play and self-expression, beneficial especially for the young with few other opportunities in their lives. Children from the Morata suburb in the city turned up in a good number last week to be part of…