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Sir Brian Bell Foundation
Sir Brian Bell Foundation1 day ago
2019 National Art Prize Competition on Now.

The Timothy Akis & Georgina Beier National Art Prize competition is now open for submissions. Don’t miss your chance to be one of 22 lucky winners to take home over K2500 in prizes and have your original artwork become one of the 2020 Hevea Cup Carnival jerseys. The 2019 theme is Gender equality and Unity in diversity and is open to all Papua New Guineans.

Hurry Entries Close September 1st.

For more information on the Grass Skirt Project and National Art Prize or to submit your artwork visit their website:
http://www.grassskirtproject.org
Sir Brian Bell Foundation
Sir Brian Bell Foundation3 days ago
Date set for new reptile exhibit
BY: Loop Community

Port Moresby Nature Park has announced that its much-anticipated and long awaited exhibit, the Reptile Haus, will officially be open to the public on 7th September, 2019.

The ambitious construction of the new facility, commenced in January 2017, will enable the park to educate visitors on the threats faced by reptiles, the need to conserve them in their natural environment and educate the public on how to be snake safe.

The design of the exhibit meets international zoo standards as it is the policy of the Nature Park to construct facilities that meet international standards of animal welfare and can be seen in any accredited zoo facility worldwide.

“The ability of multiple organisations to come together and jointly support and fund our new Reptile Haus facility has been wonderful as this facility will provide important messages on education, conservation and health,” Nature Park’s general manager, Michelle McGeorge, said. The new reptile exhibit will house different reptile species of snakes, monitors, turtles and
amphibians.

To celebrate the opening of the Reptile Haus, the park will be running “Snaketastic! The snakes are here” event from 7 September – 13 October that will include a variety of activities such as snake presentations every weekend, first aid demonstrations and more. The National will be participating with a full page pull out that includes a snakes and ladders game.

Event sponsors include Curtain Brothers, Goodman Fielder, Oil Search, The National and Amazing Port Moresby. The exhibit construction has been supported by Red Sea Housing Ltd, ExxonMobil PNG, Niugini Glass & Aluminium and the Sir Brian Bell Foundation.

http://www.looppng.com/community/date-set-new-reptile-exhibit-86468
Sir Brian Bell Foundation
Sir Brian Bell Foundation4 days ago
We are proud to be Queenpads Key Delivery Partner. Head to their facebook page for more information and updates.
Sir Brian Bell Foundation
Sir Brian Bell Foundation4 days ago
2019 National Art Prize Competition on NOW

The Timothy Akis & Georgina Beier National Art Prize competition is now open for submissions. Don’t miss your chance to be one of 22 lucky winners to take home over K2500 in prizes and have your original artwork become one of the 2020 Hevea Cup Carnival jerseys. The 2019 theme is Gender equality and/or Unity in diversity and is open to all Papua New Guinean residents.

Hurry Entries Close September 1st

For more information on the Grass Skirt Project and National Art Prize or to submit your artwork visit their website:
http://www.grassskirtproject.org
Sir Brian Bell Foundation
Sir Brian Bell Foundation2 weeks ago
Sir Brian Bell Foundation is proud to be the Key Delivery Partner for the Grass Skirt Project 2019 National Art Prize.

For more information on the Grass Skirt Project or the 2019 National Art Prize competition head to their website: www.grassskirtproject.org
Sir Brian Bell Foundation
Sir Brian Bell Foundation2 weeks ago
Sir Brian Bell Foundation proud to support International Youth Day 2019

There are currently 1.8 billion young people between the ages of 10 and 24 in the world. This is the largest youth population ever. However, more than half of all children and adolescents aged 6-14 lack basic reading and maths skills, despite the fact that the majority of them are attending school.

In Papua New Guinea, the most recent statistics show that we have near 2.5million youth ages 10-24. The most concerning statistic surrounding the education of these youth is that, approx. 38% of youth aged 10 – 24 have no education.

As a leading supporter of Youth Education and Health in Papua New Guinea, the Sir Brian Bell Foundation proudly supports International Youth Day, Monday 12th August 2019, to help change this saddening situation in PNG.

“Our Youth are the future of Papua New Guinea. We need to nurture talents, encourage success, and provide our PNG youth a quality education that allows them to have every opportunity to become the leaders in business of tomorrow,” commented Sir Brian Bell Foundation, CEO, Ms. Bronwyn Wright

“We know PNG has challenges in transforming our education system into a quality institutional structure for our students, so it is important that every parent, friend and family connection support our children in any way we can to assist in their educational development. Quality Education is crucial for their development and provides positive benefits to society-at-large”

“This year’s theme for International Youth Day – Transforming Education. Here at the Sir Brian Bell Foundation we place an enormous emphasis on Education. International Youth Day is something that everyone can take part in to change our future. So today, we can all celebrate International Youth Day, and support our youth organisations, and support the government to continue the changes required to provide a quality education system for everyone.” commented Sir Brian Bell Foundation, CEO, Ms. Bronwyn Wright

 

Supporting Anglicare PNG

Sir Brian Bell Foundation CEO Bronwyn Wright talks to NBC PNG about the foundations support of K200,000 to Anglicare PNG Inc to address HIV/AIDs in Papua New Guinea.

Interview with Ian Clough on PNG Tonight

WOW, a great interview with the Executive Director, Mr. Ian Clough, Brian Bell Group of Companies and Director, Sir Brian Bell Foundation. We are sure that he’ll be autographing T-Shirts and posters in no time… this family has done so much for PNG and the legacy is continuing.

Welcoming the Swedish U20 FIFA Female World Cup Team
Chairman of Brian Bell Group and Director of SBBF, Trevan G. Clough welcoming the Swedish U20 FIFA Female World Cup Team to PNG. He offered a warm welcome to the team and wished them all the very best during the competition and for their stay while in PNG.
The Right Pitch

By Gorethy Kenneth, Post Courier 21/02/17

DRIVEN for success and looking to expand her knowledge base at Draper University, this 27-year-old lass that you will read about is reaping the benefits of following her dreams.

Roberta Morlin, 27, from Manus and Bougainville, is an exceptionally talented and driven young woman with her very own Papua New Guinea story.

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Sir Brian Bell Foundation Helps St John

The Sir Brian Bell Foundation has provided support to St John Ambulance with K100,000 funding assistance to maintain its operations while working to secure ongoing financial commitments.

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