Welcome to the atlasNRI webpage

Welcome to the atlasNRI webpage

The atlasNRI web-mapping platform is developed to provide free access to a wide range of users to view important basic service delivery information. The information is illustrated by selected key indicators on maps. These key indicators are mapped for selected administrative areas in Papua New Guinea (PNG). The administrative areas in this case refer to the 22 provinces and 89 districts in PNG. These are planning bases for basic service delivery. For the time being, the universal basic education (UBE) selected key indicators are mapped to allow viewers to read Access Rates, Cohort Retention Rates and Quality represented by average examination pass mark for grade 8 students in 2019.  Click here to read more information (Magury’s paper - 2019).

The atlasNRI webpage as a tool is populated by indicators of basic service delivery in education and will be updated by indicators of health and income levels of households at district levels in each province in Papua New Guinea. This page will be updated by Development Indicators Research Program (DIRP) team and supported by all Research Programs at the Institute.

NRI continues to promote evidence-based policy and development planning and hence social and economic information is essential to inform users for district level. This information is valuable for policy and funding interventions and can be targeted to improve basic service delivery and achieve improvements to people’s lives. 

Since 2014, District Development Authority Act (DDAA) was enacted and decisions on projects can be supported financially at this level.  

Any suggestions for improvements on this page are welcome.

Islands Region Information on Universal Education (UBE) 2019

 

Background

Papua New Guinea’s main priority is to ensure that every child in the country has access to a school and successfully completes a full nine years of quality basic education. This enables them to read and write and obtain basic knowledge that are essential to participate in sharing of ideas, decision making and financial activities in contemporary PNG society to improve their livelihood.

This information provided through this webpage shows three indicators under the key areas of access to education, keeping students in school until the end of mandatory education cycle and providing that quality education as required under the universal basic education (UBE). Since 2014, District Development Authority Act (DDAA) the decisions and programs can be created and financially supported at the District level.

For each province and the respective districts, the following indicators are illustrated on maps. For more information regarding 2019 key universal basic education indicators (click: provide link)

 

Manus Province Click on the provincial flag
New Ireland Province Click on the provincial flag
East New Britain Province Click on the provincial flag
West New Britain Province Click on the provincial flag
Autonomous Region of Bougainville Click on the provincial flag

 

 

Highlands Region Information on Universal Education (UBE) 2019

 

Background

Papua New Guinea’s main priority is to ensure that every child in the country has access to a school and successfully completes a full nine years of quality basic education. This enables them to read and write and obtain basic knowledge that are essential to participate in sharing of ideas, decision making and financial activities in contemporary PNG society to improve their livelihood.

This information provided on this webpage shows three indicators under the key areas of access to education, keeping students in school until the end of mandatory education cycle and providing that quality education as required under the universal basic education (UBE). Since 2014, District Development Authority Act (DDAA) was enacted, and it paved way for autonomy in decision making and creating programs that can be financially supported at the District level.

For each province and the respective district, selected indicators are illustrated on maps. For more information regarding 2019 key universal basic education indicators (click: provide links below)

 

Southern Highlands Province Click on the provincial flag
Enga Province  Click on the provincial flag
Western Highlands Province Click on the provincial flag 
Chimbu Province Click on the provincial flag 
Eastern Highlands Province Click on the provincial flag
Hela Province  Click on the provincial flag
Jiwaka Province  Click on the provincial flag 

 

Momase Region Information on Universal Education (UBE) 2019

 

Background

Papua New Guinea’s main priority is to ensure that every child in the country has access to a school and successfully completes a full nine years of quality basic education. This enables them to read and write and obtain basic knowledge that are essential to participate in sharing of ideas, decision making and financial activities in contemporary PNG society to improve their livelihood.

This information provided through this webpage shows three indicators under the key areas of access to education, keeping students in school until the end of mandatory education cycle and providing that quality education as required under the universal basic education (UBE). Since 2014, District Development Authority Act (DDAA) the decisions and programs can be created and financially supported at the District level.

For each province and the respective districts, the following indicators are illustrated on maps. For more information regarding 2019 key universal basic education indicators (click: provide link)

 

Morobe Province Click on the provincial flag
Madang Province Click on the provincial flag
East Sepik Province Click on the provincial flag
West Sepik Province Click on the provincial flag

 

Southern Region Information on Universal Education (UBE) 2019

 

Background

Papua New Guinea’s main priority is to ensure that every child in the country has access to a school and successfully completes a full nine years of quality basic education. This enables them to read and write and obtain basic knowledge that are essential to participate in sharing of ideas, decision making and financial activities in contemporary PNG society to improve their livelihood.

This information provided on this webpage shows three indicators under the key areas of access to education, keeping students in school until the end of mandatory education cycle and providing that quality education as required under the universal basic education (UBE). Since 2014, District Development Authority Act (DDAA) was enacted, it paved way for autonomy in decision making and creating programs that can be financially supported at the District level.

For each province and the respective district, selected indicators are illustrated on maps. For more information regarding 2019 key universal basic education indicators click on the links (provincial flags) provided below: 

 

 Western Province  Click on the provincial flag

 Gulf Province

 Click on the provincial flag
 Central Province Click on the provincial flag 
 National Capital District Click on the provincial flag
 Milne Bay Province Click on the provincial flag 
 Northern Province Click on the provincial flag