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Welcome

Enga Province is located in the western highlands of the central highlands of Papua New Guinea (PNG) and it has a total land mass stretch of 12, 298 km2 . The province is dominated by rugged mountains, high plateaus and valleys with more than half the province higher than 2000m above sea level. The highest peak being Mt Hagen, which is around 3800m and it lies to southeast bordering Western Highlands Province.

Education

The Enga Division of Education is the biggest division within the Enga Provincial Administration and it serves the educational needs of about 295,000 people in the province. There are three main agencies participating in the delivery of Education services in Enga Province and they are; National Government, the Provincial Government and the Missions. There are about 1800 teachers teaching 49,000 students in well over 370 educational institutions in the province. These institutions consists of 217 elementary, 88 top-up primary, 45 community schools, two upper secondary, ten lower secondary, seven technical/vocational, and three permitted schools. Some of these institutions are accessible by roads while others are accessible by air (example, Maramuni ) and even few schools are accessible on foot only.

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