Papua New Guinea may still be heavily influenced by its traditional culture, but increasingly women are stepping beyond their customary roles and into the public spotlight.
Today marks International Women’s Day 2019, a global celebration of women’s social, political, and cultural achievements from the past and present, and a push for progress for future generations. Papua New Guinea is embracing positions for women in social justice, politics and business alike, here’s an insight into just some of the many inspirational women of PNG.
Gudmundur (Gummi) Fridriksson, is the CEO of Paga Hill Development Company (PNG) Ltd, overseeing the development of Paga Hill Estate, a world-class, master planned estate located in the heart of Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea.
Gudmundur first arrived in Papua New Guinea over 20 years ago and is passionate about sharing PNG’s natural beauty and diverse cultures with the world. Find out more about Gudmundur Fridriksson on his website:http://www.gudmundurfridriksson.com/ and about the Paga Hill Estate development at http://www.pagahillestate.com