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Date Posted: Tue, Dec 11 2007, 10:30:35pm
In reply to:
's message, "Professional database for Lagaip Pogera" on Tue, Dec 04 2007, 11:19:32pm
I just came home after finding out about details of the MP's visit to Tokyo with the Pyrethrum Developer. Evidently, they have a schedule for him that should take up much of his time here in Japan such as siteseeing of pyrethrum and vegetable plants, roundtable negotiations on the project bid, and seminars on long-term marketing, sales and production output.
Yes, my brethrens, I applaud you all for your selfless act of contributing to a skills database for Lagaip-Porgerans, and other Engans provided the opportunities available. Meanwhile, I would encourage all Lagaip-Porgerans and enthusiastic Engans to supply their skill informations through Paeo's initiated e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) for the compilation of personnel datas and information. Welcome aboard NARO, also! I commend and appreciate all of you for your undying support to see our electorate and province experience change and prosper in the next 5 years. (Now that the Power is in our hands, we can try to do as much as possible.)
Also, I do thank you all for your enterprising ideas, experiences and suggestions towards having our vision of universal employment realized within our electorate and province! Remember, this database will have to be a long-termed project as employment does not skyrocket overnight. Creating a viable industry (agriculture) and accomodating human resources into that sector should be priority number 1, before we can generate returns to sustain more technical jobs. However for the current projects (e.g. pyrethrum factory, electricity plant, Laiagam High School), we will employ has many technical human capital possible for the short and long-term. This enterprise will initially require a skeletal but "efficient" workforce within a year of data accumulation and careful selection from our database! But employment should pick up as economic conditions improve. We must be strategic in our visions and approach towards universal employment. I am glad to inform you the MP has a team of young professionals who are economics and even engineering graduates. E-publicizing and developing a skills database can even do more for employment of our human resources in other technical trades (e.g. heavy diesel mechanics).
Currently, as I have informed you all, I am waiting on Freddie to get this all-purpose website in the air. I will even pressurize the MP to advise Sir Michael on more freer and open market operations of the telecommunications sector in PNG. Telikom needs some serious competition, considering the low access to Internet services due to the current monopoly forcing prices up for expensive, outdated technologies in use (e.g. analog dial-up internet). At a national policy level, I see telecommunications has a vital link to agriculture development. The current political support for Telikom's monopoly will affect the intellegience and productivity of households (i.e. businesses, academic institutions, and small-scale, rural entrepreneurs).
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