Highlands Product Ltd. Donated building materials for 3 double classrooms to three (3) Schools in the bulolo district, Zeangkeh Primary School, Patep Primary School, and Zepa Primary school, a total worth of K51,000 was donated to the schools.
A company operating in the Wau Bulolo district of Morobe Province is querying the bad state of the highway which affects its market supply chain.
According to a report paper released by the National Research Institute, one in four households in the country are economically empowered through venturing into poultry business.
Farmers in the poultry industry are optimistic to see growth in the year 2022 and beyond. According to the chief executive officer of Zenag Chicken Stanley Leahy, in response to queries said, we are always optimistic.
TO Be merry is the ultimate goal of the season but it takes more than just gifts to create the moment. But what is the next best thing, other than gifts? It is definitely food! It also important and polite to say thank you and that was exactly what the producers of Zenag chicken, highlands products Limited (HPL) did for more than 1000 employers at its Zenag Farm in Bulolo.
Mumeng health officer in charge Mond Kelly, when receiving a donation of personal protective equipment and mobile tent worth K26,000 from Zenag Chicken last week said many rural health facilities are in dire need of funding and equipment support.
Zenag Donates resource books to PNG Women in Agriculture (PNGWiA) to support the Empowering Women Program facilitated by PNGWiA. The program aims to upskill rural women on basic life skills necessary to sustain their living in the community.
Deteriorating infrastructure continues to be the main issue affecting company’s transportation of goods to people. Papua New Guinea’s leading poultry producer, Zenag is concerned that poor transport infrastructure is pushing companies to the edge with increased freight costs which may then be passed onto the consumers.
The Zenag Chicken Farm in Bulolo, Morobe, continues to produce chicken, eggs and day-old chicks despite the attack on the farm last month and production is expected to be close to normal next month.