October 2015 was my starting date for a 12 month volunteer assignment in Kavieng, Papua New Guinea. I am working with the National Fisheries College as a Communications and Technical Adviser. The College is planning to produce educational multimedia material in an effort to raise awareness of this facility and to raise the quality of their own courses. I am helping to set up a video production suite and train staff on how to use cameras and how to produce high quality video content. It is very exciting for me to be able to live and work in one of the least visited countries on earth.
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Two months have passed since I left Papua New Guinea and somehow I thought I should “finish up” my blog in a better way than I have left it. I was quite surprised to hear from a number of people … Continued
And it’s all over before it actually started. I am sitting here in a house in Kokopo, waiting for a flight back to New Zealand on Monday. It’s raining heavily outside and the power is out. The weather fits my … Continued
It is hard to believe but I have heard rumours, my camera equipment is on its way, the container ship left the city of Lae yesterday. It should arrive later this week. I was about to give up hope. Now … Continued
We have made it into the new year. I hope it brings good things. I usually hope this on New Year but in the past the years have not always delivered the agreed goods. Maybe this year is in a … Continued
Things are really shutting down in Kavieng. It’s christmas. The pick up bus for work may come or not, that depends, many people have left, for good or for the holidays. It’s nice to have a few quiet days. I … Continued
I recently visited Lissenung Island Resort and had a look at their privately organized conservation effort to help the critically endangered Hawksbill Sea Turtle with their breeding. The Turtle and it’s eggs are regularly on the menu of the local …...
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