Montrose has been contracted to design a curriculum and implement classroom based training for young adults with low levels of functional literacy and education in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea (PNG). The trainees are participants of the PNG National Capital District Commission (NCDC) Urban Youth Employment Project (UYEP).

Montrose, in partnership with Anglicare PNG Inc., will design a curriculum which will incorporate relevant training tools and methods appropriate for young adults (15 – 35 years old) as well as implement classroom based training for around 500 participants. The objective is to provide participants with the information and basic skills necessary to make changes in their lifestyle, values and behaviours that will in turn lead to a more productive life. In addition, Montrose will monitor and evaluate the quality of the training provided and introduce revisions as required to increase the quality and impact of the training on the youth participants.

The project was officially launched in PNG on Wednesday 15 February 2017 by Governor Powes Parkop of NCD, other dignitaries from the Governor’s Office and NCD, and Anglicare Chairman, Bishop Denny Guka. Read more here:

To read the full project profile click here.