Building the Province and the Nation through building National Institutions

We help build the nation when we initiate to build landmark national institutions in our province. Every national leader who are driven by a sense of nationalism and patriotism think big and plan holistically to help build the nation and Enga Provincial Government is headed in that direction in alignment to Vision 2050.

Building national institutions our children of current generation will directly benefit at first hand in terms of accessing training and immediate employment and the rest of PNG’s children will follow. The same trend will be repeated in future years to come and economic benefits to Enga are immense and immeasurable. This is what we call sustainable development for the province.

When we build a first-class hospital and operate other tertiary institutions, Enga is set to become a both local and international tourism hub in the region. Economic activities and cash flow will increase in the province as a result of the influx of people seeking specialist medical attention and specialist training.

Big impact projects in the Province

“It is the strongest stand of my government that all available monetary provisions will have to be fully utilized to the greatest benefit of Engans. My government strongly believes that Enga money must stay in Enga to develop Enga.

“It is the mandated duty of government to ensure that the interest of the people gets priority over everything else.

_Ipatas said in 1996 on the need for a BSP branch in Enga.

Exactly ten years and seven months after the governor expressed the above words, a new BSP Wabag Branch building was finally opened on 9th September, 2007.

Enga Provincial Government is now involved in many multi-million-kina impact projects.

Three Major Projects

Historic Investment in Province’s development

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