The school is situated in one of the most remote areas of Central Province. This place is only reachable by airlines. Sign board - SHSS Tapini The road link is so bad that no vehicles are using it. Vital services cannot be brought easily into the Goilala district. Despite the logistical challenges, the school is... Continue Reading →
Congratulations to Grade 12s from SHSS-Tapini who went online for the first time using the VSAT doing Grade 12 National online applications. Grade 12 students in ICT Lab All login today using their credentials. Well done. Grade 12 Students Logging in for the first time. SOME OF.THE PHOTOS OF THE ICT LAB Students in the... Continue Reading →
SCHOOLS IN GOILALA – OLD NEWS. SAME STORY
Goilala District in Papua New Guinea’s Central Province has 38 Community and Primary Schools. Out of these 38 Schools, 11 are Primary Schools while 27 are Community Schools.
15 schools out of these 38 schools are closed.
The reasons for these schools been closed range from no teachers, to no classrooms to no Teachers houses. Even some schools are closed because of security reasons.
Out of these 15 schools, 3 are Primary schools while the rest are Community Schools.
Omu Primary School [Guari LLG], Tavuniav Primary School[Tapini LLG], Garime Primary School and Garime Primary Schools [Woitape LLG] are closed. While Rupila, Koega, Kamulai, Givena, Kileipi, Iruavai, Minalu, Koruavu, Erume, Belavista and Poromania Community Schools are all closed.
It must be noted here that most of the schools in Goilala are managed by Catholic Church Agency – Bereina Dioceses. The only schools thats governed outside of this arrangement is Tolokuma Primary…
View original post 126 more words
Even though Sacred Heart(Tapini) Secondary is located in the remotest part of Goilala, why not have access to high speed internet here. Seen here is an installation of the Internet VSET by Digitec today. Internet access at high speed can be access from Tapini starting as of today. It is another milestone of achievement so... Continue Reading →
After almost 8 months of Resumption we have now reached Ch 45 + 000 St Joseph River Bridge out of 106 km of road length to be covered. Bridge at St. Joseph river We have a lot of issues and challenges as a result of the exsisting road terrain, inclement weather patterns, logistics supply due... Continue Reading →
Goilala is the most high land District of the Central Province. The District has three LLG Areas namely Guari, Tapini and Woitape. The District Headquarter is Tapini. The entire landmass of the District is rugged and mountainous. However, it is one of the first places in PNG where white men were keen to explore in... Continue Reading →
They came in droves. They came from close and afar - from the mountains of Goilala and kept virgil for a week just to say sorry for the murder of a clergy that their traditional chiefs had secretly decreed. For 68 years, as they regretfully admit, this very murder had turned into a spell of... Continue Reading →
Kileipi Ward in Tapini LLG has no Government services - either it be Primary School, Health Centre or some installation of Governement entity. Lamanaip Primary School - aerial view from Chooper. Back in 1980s, Kileipi ward has a Community school, named Kileipi Community School. Lamanaip village has a Catholic Church building with a Priest house... Continue Reading →
Tapini LLG alone in Goilala district is linked by road whiles the rest of the district linked by airstrips or mule tracks constructed by the Catholic Priests using local labor during the colonial times. Goilala District has some of the rugged terrains in Papua New Guinea but beautiful and breath taking views with rivers flowing... Continue Reading →