Pacific Partners Development Institute

Papua New Guinea Placeholder
Papua New Guinea

Name: Pacific Partners Development Institute
Country: Papua New Guinea
Year of establishment: 2018
Type of organization: Community-based association or organization, Community business or cooperative , Public-private partnership

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Pacific Partners Development Institute

Papua New Guinea Placeholder
Papua New Guinea

Name: Pacific Partners Development Institute
Country: Papúa Nueva Guinea
Year of establishment:
Type of organization: Community-based association or organization, Community business or cooperative , Public-private partnership

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Description

On behalf of Pacific Partners Development Institute we introduced to you our new versions of our inclusive rural base training and education for rural farmers and natural resources owners in Papua New Guinea.

We have realize training and capacity development plays integral human resources development for our vulnerable communities and households to achieve overall sustainable economic growth in Papua New Guinea. Therefore Pacific Partners Development Institute is acting as an middle line agency for taking this initiative of environmental management policies.

Nature Element: Agricultural, Forests
Type of Action:
Sustainable Development Element: Jobs and livelihoods (SDG 1) , Education (SDG 4) , Sustainable consumption and production (SDG 12) , Partnerships (SDG 17) 

Nature Element: Agricultural, Forests
Type of Action:
Sustainable Development Element: Jobs and livelihoods (SDG 1) , Education (SDG 4) , Sustainable consumption and production (SDG 12) , Partnerships (SDG 17) 

Environmental Impacts

The training and awareness provided to rural farmers and natural resources owners will have greater impacts on their livelihoods. The training and quality education provided will change lives through, increase learning ability and enhances in managing well their activities and task given. Therefore inclusive training and awareness provided for rural farmers and natural resources owners on biodiversity and conservation management. While neglected rural farmers and natural resources owners can lean the concepts well in a positive learning environment. They can be even shown to be more motivated, engaged, and have a higher overall learning ability. Good training skills acquired will provide inspirations and encourages the vulnerable rural communities to manage well their resources and involve in projects. The focus now is on training and awareness for rural farmers and natural resources to easily interact with each other and develop various skills including language, and social behavior. Poor off the job training and physical arrangement may affect quality education and learnings free movement and can result into social behavior problems However, there are many environmental factors that influence our training and education for rural farmers and natural resources owners as they they own the land in Papua New Guinea. Through such skills training and education will create success for particular industries that we have trained.

Sustainable Development Impacts

Pacific Partners Development Institutes promotes inclusive training and education for sustainable development empowers learners of all ages with the knowledge, skills, values and attitudes to address the interconnected global challenges we are facing, including climate change, environmental degradation, loss of biodiversity, poverty and inequality.

Pacific Partners Development Institute's main role has been attributed to inclusive training and quality education and educational practices, which are the most relevant means for enhancing specific learning outcomes for sustainable development: knowledge, self-regulation skills, critical thinking skills, social responsibility, social status for engaging in community projects to preserve our biodiversity and conserve the environment.

RESILIENCE, ADAPTABILITY, AND SELF-SUFFICIENCY

Pacific Partners Development Institute became more adaptable and able or willing to change in order to suit different training and leaning conditions. Therefore we need to be more flexible and can do this easily. We became resilient when we were able to withstand or recover quickly from any unexpected or difficult training and learning conditions, by adapting to change on a regular basis.

When our vulnerable communities experience change, mean they find alternative approaches to respond to it by engaging successfully in their work programs or projects. However, adapting to change has make us feel more better in doing things for ourselves, thus allowing our vulnerable communities that participated in training to be more resilient. Therefore, in practicing resilience mean our participants participated well and well prepared to participate in future project showing they are more adaptable to future change.

REDUCED INEQUALITIES

Pacific Partners Development Institute has participated in increase economic inclusion and create decent work and higher incomes, social enhance, social services and ensure access to social protection. We facilitate for safe guard and mobility and tackle irregular training challenges and issues.

However, increased training and education will reduce inequality by reducing the gap in access to vulnerable communities. However, as predicted by our training model, among these rural farmers and natural resources owners, those from low-income households benefit less from those in live long schooling than do those from higher-income households.

GENDER EQUALITY

Pacific Partners Development Institute has managed to provides for equal participation of females and males in our community training and education sessions. This is what gender equity means to us in our education and training for rural and natural resources owners on biodiversity and conservation management. We manage to develop gender equity strategy in our programs and involve both men and women equally in training and leaning. Our stakeholders support our greater role in gender equity and a training curriculum which supports the interests of both rural farmers and natural resources owners that involve, men, woman and youth groups, requires the commitment of educators at all levels of training and education.

Scalability

Pacific Partners Development Institute offers insights into design of innovations can enhance their “scalability”: the ability to adapt an innovation to effective usage in a wide variety of contexts, including settings where major conditions for success are absent or attenuated. Our adaptability of a business model is focus sustainability and scalability. We ensure efficiency of work, sustainability and scalability can be applied to the concept of our business model as the ability to train vulnerable communities.

Replicability

The successful replication by Pacific Partners Development institute is on positive outcomes associated with reading intervention and provide educators and policymakers with confidence that can justify the investment of scarce public resources we have for implementation of our community intervention programs.

We have implement many practical tools and strategies to improve replicability of our trainings. Some of our strategies include improving training statistical inference, pre-registration, and sharing data.