PNGFA establishes Somare Compartment  with over 1500 teak stumps

PNGFA establishes Somare Compartment with over 1500 teak stumps

The staff of the National Forest Service in Port Moresby have planted over 1500 teak stumps in honour of the late Grand Chief Sir Michael Thomas Somare, the country’s founding father, who died on February 26th, 2021 in Port Moresby after being diagnosed by doctors with pancreatic cancer. The stumps were planted on March 19th, 2021 during the commemoration of the annual United Nations-sanctioned International Day of Forests held at Kuriva Forestry Plantation, an hour’s drive out of Port Moresby.

Staff challenged to aim higher

STAFF of the National Forest Service (NFS) have been challenged to apply for positions higher than the ones they currently occupy and not to underestimate themselves during the major restructure that the organization is currently undergoing.

NFS Managing Director Mr. Tunou Sabuin whose term was to expire on Sunday, March 21st, 2021 issued this challenge when addressing

Forest Minister with PNGFA Managing Director

Minister launches PNG’s National Forest Stewardship Standard

On October 15th, 2019, Minister for Forests Hon. Solan Mirisim launched the revised Version 2.0 of the National Forest Stewardship Standard of Papua New Guinea witnessed by Forest Stewardship Council’s (FSC’s) Standard Development Group in Port Moresby. The standard is aimed at promoting sustainable forest management (SFM) in the country.

Minister Mirisim hands in K1m LEDL acquittal to PNGFA . . . urges other MPs to acquit for more LEDL

Minister for Forests and Member for Telefomin in Sandaun province Hon. Solan Mirisim on March 11th, 2020 submitted his 2019 acquittal of K1 million from the Log Export Development Levy (LEDL). The acquittal was handed over to Mr. Tunou Sabuin, Managing Director of the National Forest Service, implementing arm of the Papua New Guinea Forest Authority.



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