The Wasdok Nius Newsletter editions for the months of April to June 2021 inform readers about interesting projects and accomplishments of the Papua New Guinea Ombudsman Commission.
Among other things it reports about the Highlands Regional Office, which completed its report on the roads and bridges inspection initiative – a major proactive project that the Commission undertook in November 2020; or an intervention by the Ombudsman Comission, which saw a substantial payment in disadvantage allowances for nine primary school teachers.
The Newsletter further informs about the move of the Ombudsman Commission’s headquarters to a new location and the fact that the new building will be renamed “Ombudsman Commission Haus” in line with this move. For the first time, the Ombudsman Commission will have an entire building to itself in its 46 years of existence. The Ombudsman Commission further welcomed a new director for the Legal Services Unit.
For more details, please see the newsletter editions further down below and visit the Website of the Ombudsman Commission of Papua New Guinea.
Source: Office of the Ombudsman Commission, Papua New Guinea