The largest bank of Papua New Guinea (PNG) the Bank of South Pacific (BSP) once again come to its annual school Clean-up campaign, promoting its Go Green Campaign spreading teachings and messages in and around schools and communities it operates in.
A selected hand of over 160 school across PNG participated in this annual event raising awareness in the country with the theme, “Rethink, Reuse and recycle.”
In Port Moresby, the awareness was launched on Friday 10th November at Bavaroko Primary School for the National Capital District (NCD) schools cleanup and witnessed by the BSP Eco Ambassador Martin Kilagi and his team.
Mr. Kilagi simply expressed to the students that; we can protect the environment and ecosystem by cleaning the environment to reduce pollution, this is important for all human’s existence.
“Be more mindful when disposing waste and try to reuse to reduce waste as possible.”
Eco Amb Mr Kilagi reiterated the go green campaign community with the bank and its commitment to host this awareness every year to promote environmental, education, sporting and charitable programs to help to communities we operate in.
Prior to this event from Goroka, BSP Branch Staff also scattered outside the branch and in the streets of Goroka collecting and disposing rubbish correctly.
Primary schools from West Goroka among the 169 schools participated in the program taking the streets to clean the environment.
Corporate Sponsorship Manager for BSP Ms, Amelia Minnopu expressewd her gratitude to the 169 schools around PNG for their participation in this year’s 2023 Go Green Campaign.
“Our aim is to apply a practical quality to the program where all children and students may participate across from PNG, Vanuatu, Samoa, Fiji, Tonga, Solomon Islands and the Cook Islands.”