Completed assignments 2010 to 2014


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Project/Job Title  (& description)


Community Business Development

Community Water Transport Project - Community Mobilisation Training

Build capacity for community level participation in cross–sector planning activities. Develop and deliver training for community based trainers so they in turn can train and encourage communities to take up new economic opportunities which will support efforts to maximize local production opportunities. The trainers will also be trained to help their communities to identify and support development and implementation of micro-scale projects that directly reduce poverty and that are directly linked to the new transport services supported under the project.


Education/Training Governance

Making A Difference (MAD) - Solomon Islands


Transport Infrastructure Community environment

PNG Key Roads for Growth Maintenance Project

Tanorama provided a qualified engineer as to the project working closely with provincial administration and works managers to develop and implement maintenance systems. Tanorama also provided project support staff responsible for helping administer the project and support the consultants and their activities in-country.


Community Governance Agriculture Mining & Petroleum

Tabubil Futures Project - Settlements & Governance Studies

Examine the history and growth of settlements around Tabubil to determine the characteristics of population growth. Prepare predictions for population over the coming 20 years. Examine settlements in other parts of PNG to determine lessons learned.

Review current arrangements and that of other models and structures to evaluate options and suitability of various scenarios for the future governance of Tabubil after mine closure.


Community  environment  Mining & Petroleum

Watut River Impacts Consultation

Following damages caused to the Watut River, Tanorama was engaged as independent Facilitator to manage and conduct meetings with over 20 affected villages.  The aim of the activity was to ensure villagers had the opportunity to convey their concerns and observations on impacts they face as an input towards a formal damages assessment to be conducted in 2010 and to bring the company, government and community together to discuss options and ideas for joint development planning processes.


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