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The National, Wednesday July 13th, 2016

THE Tuition Fee Free (TFF) policy is a political initiative of the O’Neill Government and there is no guarantee it will be con-tinued to be implemented by future governments.
I am of the view that the policy is a central catalyst for achieving development and that it should be maintained for the benefit of our future generations.
I believe the TFF policy will continue to increase the number and quality of management and entrepre-neurial skills in Papua New Guinea.
The Government is heavily involved in the sponsorship of students in both the mainstream and TVET (Technical and Vocational Education Training) in the country under its education initiative.
Attaining such qualifi-cations is the basis for empowering management and entrepreneurial skills in the country.
This will in turn improve the number and quality of entrepreneurs and boost their output, which would contribute towards the growth in GDP (Gross Domestic Product).
The TFF policy will continue to help our children, especially girls, to stay longer in school as most times it is the unavailability of school fees that turn them away from school.
The TFF policy has many benefits and therefore is a central catalyst for achieving development.