TB project provide jobs for locals: Wamakoru

National

By OGIA MIAMEL
WORLD Vision’s Tuberculosis project is one of the largest in Western and other provinces, Human Resource officer Kwasy Wamakoru says.
He told The National at the University of Papua New Guinea 2016 career expo the projects had also provided jobs for locals in the areas they were engaged in.
“We are moving into Western where most of the TB cases are found,” Wamakoru said.
So we have 19 vacancies there, Daru is our biggest focus.
“We are trying to fight TB in Western. We are trying our best and engaging treatment support.
“We are bringing them (locals) in and making
He said World Vision provided a good working environment for graduates in all fields to begin their careers.
“You work with humanitarian organisations like us and we give you the opportunity to travel and visit communities, see the actual life communities are living and interacting with people directly”,
Environmental Science and Geography final year student Bonnie Kiak said it was informative and educational to know current employment opportunities out there and so they could be better informed when applying for work after their studies.

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