In 2001 Dame Carol Kidu brought together a group of interested people to start the Ginigoada Bisnis Development Foundation, to raise funding to bring direct practical help to the unemployed young men & women in the community.
Dame Carol Kidu is the Patron of the Foundation and has worked with Ginigoada to ensure it has remained true in purpose and supportive of Government Policy.
Since 2002 the Ginigoada Foundation has been placing young man & women into short term skills development training.
These young men & women are drawn from all part of the City of Port Moresby, with particular focus on those who are disadvantaged or otherwise unable to cover their own cost of such training.
By the conclusion of 2011 more than 10,000 young men & women will have been provided a sponsored short term skills development training placement. And more than 15,000 young men & women will have attended the Ginigoada Basic Business Awareness 1 day Workshop.
In 2008 Ginigoada connected to the YLM (Yumi Lukautim Mosbi) Urban Safety Crime Reduction Program to facilitate training placements for the youth that the YLM program was impacting.
In 2010 the Ginigoada Foundation expanded its training focus by commencing “Laikim Laip” through which the Asia Foundation Funded Mobile Community and Training Programs, ‘Young Life’ & ‘Young Skills’ are coordinated.
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