4 Responses

  1. Veronica Thomas
    Veronica Thomas April 1, 2014 at 3:06 pm

    Serena, what an inspiration. A very positive story for PNG and a powerful testimony of the potential that lies within our young people to change PNG for the better. God bless you and the VOICE.

  2. Ruthy Tandan Yongi
    Ruthy Tandan Yongi March 19, 2014 at 3:11 pm

    The Voice Inc. is a very important initiative that is been operating in PNG’s institutions. As an individual I acknowledge Ms Serena for setting the foundation for young Papua New Guineans who will be able to develop themselves as responsible citizens through this program. Let’s start teaching the young elites and our country’s future will be safe and secured.

  3. Thomas Yehiwara
    Thomas Yehiwara March 12, 2014 at 3:28 pm

    Serena, Daughter – great vision,great passion & heart for the PNG Youth. I am proud of you & team, including your support from organizations like the US Embassy. May GOD be your guiding light.

  4. Bal Kama
    Bal Kama March 12, 2014 at 2:02 pm

    The Voice’s activities within PNG’s institutions is important. PNG can build on that to have a national youth empowerment program under the Dept of Youth and Welfare, branching out more to the rural areas and the ghettos as these are places where most of these issues identified stem from. I’ve been working with youths and school kids conducting mentoring sessions over the last four years in the villages of Highlands, PNG. With some of these issues, the causes are not so much the lack of education but the lack of empowerment opportunities i.e. skills training for the youths etc. Many international donors and government programs, from the heights of the ivory tower, continue to miss the point.

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