The Equal Playing Field University Action Group (UAG) are setting boundaries and consent in Mahuru Village here in the Nation’s capital.
The UAG is currently facilitating their first community intervention here in the Nation’s capital in their first community, Mahuru village, which will culminate to a mini celebration on the 28th of this month.
“The program started on the 14th of April and we will be hosting a Graduation ceremony this Saturday, the 28th of May,” said Media Liaison Officer Natalie Cholohei.
She also added that the UAG are students from the University of Papua New Guinea.
They UAG had planned on expanding to other universities but due to issues with funding, they had to work within their budget.
“This is the first time they have gone out into a community to facilitate their programs as they have only been working with schools,” Ms Cholohei said.
“So far they have covered all topics in the EPF Manual, which includes topics that cover positive behavioral change in the community with 24 youths attending the program.”
The program, Project Badiri Youth, was initiated in April this year and is now in its final stages, having been run for almost six weeks.