Papua New Guinea Data

Tourism
The Australian government is funding a study to help develop tourism on Manus Island in Papua New Guinea. The island, which was previously used by the government to detain asylum seekers, is still home to around 600 refugees and asylum seekers. Four asylum seekers have died on the island, with ...
The Federal Australian Government is working to assist in the development of a tourism industry on an island in Papua New Guinea that was infamous as a detention centre for asylum seekers. It is currently funding Abt Associates, an aid contractor, to assess the market value of a tourism industry on ...
The Singapore Hotel and Tourism Education Centre (SHATEC) Global and Papua New Guinea's Coral Sea Hotels have entered a collaboration to train local executives and senior management staff in undertaking upper management roles. This comes in light of concerns about a lack of proper training ...
If freediving the South Pacific has been on your bucket list for a while, you might want to check out Australian-based Encounter Freediving. Encounter Freediving is offering a trip for freedivers to Kimbe Bay, off the Papua New Guinea island of New Britain. The group will be led by Michael Bates, ...
APEC Tourism Week preparations underway. Papua New Guinea Tourism Promotion Authority (PNGTPA) has announced that preparations are well underway for the APEC 2018 Tourism Week to be held in Port Moresby from May 28th to June 2nd this year. April 12, 2018. Papua New Guinea Tourism ...
... gain access to new markets but build our own capacities, technical capacities in agriculture, transportation, tourism, telecommunication and of course energy. ... “I know most Papua New Guinean's embrace the new technologies, but we will make sure our formal economy is developed as a result of the ...
Papua New Guinea Tourism Promotion Authority (PNGTPA) has announced that preparations are well underway for the APEC 2018 Tourism Week to be held in Port Moresby on May 28 to June 2. Chief executive officer Jerry Agus confirmed that the authority was gearing up to showcase the best of ...
The Korowai, also called the Kolufo, are the people who live in south-eastern West Papua in the Indonesian Province of Papua, close to the border with Papua ... Recent reports suggest that certain clans have been coaxed into encouraging tourism by perpetuating the myth that it is still an active practice.
The tour was over 10 days and took us to Kumamoto and some selected areas of Tokyo. It was jointly funded by JENESYS and Japan Overseas Cooperative Association (JOCA). The group of 24 comprised two candidates from Fiji and the rest were from Papua New Guinea and the Solomon Islands.
Press Release – IFC. IFC Highlights Niche-Market Investment Needed to Drive Tourism in Papua New Guinea Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea, April 16, 2017 IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, in partnership with the Tourism Promotion Authority of Papua New Guinea, says …IFC Highlights ...
The FINANCIAL -- IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, in partnership with the Tourism Promotion Authority of Papua New Guinea, says new research shows developing niche market tourism has the potential to attract an extra 40,000 tourists to Papua New Guinea, contributing $286 million annually ...
Bikpla miting blong APEC em bai kamap long Papua New Guinea long mun November bai helpim tu ol wok turisam long kantri, maski sopos sampla ... Zhon Bosco, wanpla turisam bisnis man blong Bougainville i mekim despla toktok, bihaen long PNG Tourism Promotion Authority itok PNG igat bikpal ...
The growing trend of niche markets is the foundation of creating sustainable revenue in the tourism industry. ... Tourism consultant Sara King and Becky Last said each of the market segments have different aspects to take into consideration when dealing with the tourism industry in Papua New Guinea.
“For a developing country like Papua New Guinea it is very difficult to have the system in place to make the Tourism Satellite Accounting System more effective and I think such a survive like this provides the start for us to at least get some figures to see where we are In terms of our tourism numbers and ...
IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, in partnership with the Tourism Promotion Authority of Papua New Guinea, says new research shows developing niche market tourism has the potential to attract an extra 40,000 tourists to Papua New Guinea, contributing US$286 million annually by 2027.
The IFC has released an assessment into tourism demand in Papua New Guinea with the results of the 2017 International Visitor Survey. It identifies five key niche markets - cultural tourism, soft adventure, birdwatching, diving and historical tourism - where it is says PNG can unlock its tourism potential.
Papua New Guinea's tourism sector is poised for substantial growth if it optimises opportunities in niche markets. That's according to the International Finance Corporation which has released an assessment into tourism demand in PNG with the results of the 2017 International Visitor Survey. As part of its ...