Infrastructure Projects

In order to enhance the development and progress of the Enga Province, the Enga Provincial Government has identified a set of priority policies and programs. Among these, infrastructure projects take center stage. These projects are crucial for the growth and prosperity of the province, as they lay the foundation for a robust and sustainable economy.

The Enga Provincial Government recognizes the significance of investing in infrastructure to improve the quality of life for its residents. By prioritizing infrastructure projects, the government aims to address the pressing needs of the province, such as transportation, communication, and public utilities. These projects will not only enhance connectivity within the province but also facilitate trade and commerce, attracting investments and fostering economic growth.

Furthermore, the government’s commitment to infrastructure development reflects its dedication to providing essential services to its citizens. By investing in roads, bridges, schools, hospitals, and other vital infrastructure, the Enga Provincial Government aims to create an environment that promotes education, healthcare, and overall well-being. These projects will not only improve access to education and healthcare facilities but also enhance the overall livability of the province.

To ensure the successful implementation of these infrastructure projects, the Enga Provincial Government has devised a comprehensive plan that includes rigorous monitoring and evaluation mechanisms. This approach guarantees that the allocated resources are utilized efficiently and effectively, maximizing the benefits for the province.

Enga Provincial Government’s prioritization of infrastructure projects demonstrates its commitment to the development and progress of the Enga Province. By investing in these projects, the government aims to create a sustainable and prosperous future for the province. Through improved connectivity, enhanced access to essential services, and increased economic opportunities, the Enga Province is poised to thrive and become a model of development for other provinces in Papua New Guinea.

Twenty-five years of stable leadership and consistent administrative machinery have resulted in EPG attracting more foreign government and NGO donor agencies to invest in all sectors in the province. ’This has been our strength and a Key strategy for addressing our development agendas.

Chief Sir Peter Ipatas,GCL,KBE,MP
Governor, Enga Province