Media & leadership training to help PNG women in agriculture

Media & leadership training to help PNG women in agriculture

Media & leadership training to help PNG women in agriculture

Updated 20 December 2012, 16:34 AEST

A new collaborative project between Australia and Papua New Guinea will provide valuable training and education to women in the agricultural sector.

The Ausaid funded project is a joint effort between Australia's Charles Darwin University, the PNG National Agricultural Research Institute and the PNG Women in Agriculture for Development Foundation.   Along with leadership seminars, participants will also be provided with media skills; not only in traditional media, but also in how to use social media for storytelling, networking and marketing produce.

Presenters:  Heather Jarvis  
Speakers:  Tania Paul, Horticulture Lecturer at Charles Darwin University in the Northern Territory; Rufina Peter, Senior Research Officer, PNG Institute of National Affairs & member of PNG Women in Agriculture Development Foundation
 
 
 
 

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Heather Jarvis

Heather Jarvis

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Heather has worked in radio for 30 years, spending more than half of that time with Radio Australia specialising in the Asia Pacific region.

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