UPNGUniversity of Papua New Guinea
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Halapua, S 1997, 'Harmonising resources for sustainable economic development in the Pacific Islands context', in Burt, B & Clerk, C (eds.) Environment and Development in the Pacific Islands, NCDSANU/ UPNG Press, Canberra & Port Moresby, pp.
Major stakeholders in this area include the National Department of Education, Office for Higher Education, Department of Personnel Management, UPNG, University of Goroka, community teacher colleges, Women's Division of the Department of Home Affairs, Gender Unit in National Planning Office, and selected NGOs.
He met his West Sepik wife while studying at UPNG and they have four children.
(Dorke Gedare, BA (Hons) UPNG, Grad Dip (Defence Studies) ANU, MA UW), is an international relations lecturer in the Faculty of Arts at Divine Word University, Madang, PNG.)
The Non Government membership includes Women in Politics (WIP), UPNG Women's Association, UPNG female students, University of Technology Women, the Teachers Union, PNG Nurses Union, Business and Professional Women, ICRAF, Ramu-Sugar, Wanchef, the Filipino Women's Association and YWCA.
Later with funding for one position by the Enga Provincial Government and external research funds, research on tribal warfare and dispute settlement became a small but integral part of the Take Anda program with Nitze Pupu, the first blind law graduate of UPNG, as research director (Wiessner et al.
His other qualifications include Diploma of Teaching Health from UPNG Goroka campus (1995), Certificate in Development Project Planning from PNGIPA, RSH Health Diploma and a Diploma of Applied Health Science from CAHS in Madang.
In 1968 he enrolled in an undergraduate degree at the recently established University of Papua New Guinea (UPNG).
Following international trends in medical education the traditional Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) program at the University of Papua New Guinea (UPNG) was restructured in 1998 to a problem based learning (PBL) curriculum.
The Ethics of Development: Women as Unequal Partners in Development, Volume 3 in The Ethics of Development, Workshop proceedings of the 17th Waigani Seminar, UPNG, Port Moresby Press, Port Moresby.
In 1995, several UPNG students visited the Gogodala Council Chambers in Balimo, Western Province, and held a public meeting about the rationale for their united opposition to the registration of customary land.