The Voice Inc. is a dynamic youth development organisation based in Papua New Guinea that runs programs with students in our partner High Schools and Universities in the country. We believe that we can not build a nation on broken people therefore our programs aim to build a sense of purpose in the lives of young people, increase their confidence and create avenues for them to contribute to their communities. We do this through our Clean Generation Campaign which is a movement of young people standing together to be a purposeful, virtuous and responsible generation.  We believe that a community of people that share similar values and a collective vision for the future can be a powerful driver for change. Our Leadership Development Program builds the leaders of that movement!

The organization believes in the energy, creativity and potential of young people who, if equipped with the necessary skills and knowledge can go on to become the future  leaders of Papua New Guinea.

We believe young people are leaders in creating the future today!

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The Voice Inc added 4 new photos — celebrating an awesome year!! at Papua New Guinea University of Technology.

It’s been an awesome year for our students at the Papua New Guinea University of Technology so there was much reason to celebrate the movement they have been able to continue to drive on their campus, as they closed up their program year over the weekend! The students continue to impact in their spheres of influence and we’re so proud of their leadership journeys this year. A huge thank you to our LDP participants and to all the staff, administration and fellow students of the PNGUOT for their support and continuing to grow the Clean Generation Campaign in Lae! #cleangen #leadtoimpact See MoreSee Less

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"My name is Dickson and am a student at the University of Goroka. Before joining The Voice Inc, I was considered as one of the worst guys’ on my own street. I was known as a drunk and influenced the youth in my community to drink as well. Also, when I am drunk, I always wanted to start a fight, sometimes I’d even organize the youth on my street to hold up people at night, something I am not very proud off. Earlier this year, I lost one of my teeth and was nearly killed by group of men, my mother was very sad and when I saw her tears flowing down on her face, a thought came in to my mind that tears that fall from your mother is worth millions and how will you repay her? So I told my mum that I would stop consuming alcohol. Going through the DREAM has helped me to reflect on my behavior and encouraged me to change all my bad habits. I am happy to say that I have been sober for three months!! I know change takes time and I am committed. I really want to be a positive role model in the community that I live in."

Dickson is an student in The Voice Inc’s Leadership Development Program at the University of Goroka. He shares his change story, in that hope that it will encourage others who have or are currently facing the same challenges. #cleangen #leadtoimpact #shareyourstory See MoreSee Less

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Kenneth RichardThanks very much for sharing your story. I hope The Voice Inc. LDP has the power to transform a person who are in the same category.
Thanks TVI management.
I am also one of the person who don’t realize right direction and misusing precious things like money,time,and unorganize but when I joined LDP,I know where am going, I know how to manage my income, time.
Thanks ones again TVI management to transforming me and I hope I will be another role model wherever I go.
#cleangen#leadtoimpact//
Thanks:Richard-UoG

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Vagiaoma FranzAwesome!! Keep it up ! Congratulations.

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Aaron AlsopRichard Ora

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Nathalie KanawiLove the work 🙂

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Veronica ThomasThank you for sharing your story. You are definitely heading in the right direction. God bless.

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Bruce Sue WhitefordThank you for sharing – so proud of you and the Voice.

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Dominic D GearyThanks for sharing your story and and an example to many others… God bless you and TVI.

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The Voice Inc added 9 new photos — feeling wonderful in Waigani, National Capital, Papua New Guinea.

Kicking off the week with so much energy from the Waigani Primary School! Our LDP Tribe, Amber ATA, got to share a little bit on the importance of keeping a Clean Environment and also donating 4 bins to help with waste management at the school. It was a great experience for the students to get out and also share the message of their theme for the year on keeping a "Clean Campus/Community" with the neighbouring school. Thank you Waigani Primary School! #cleangen #LeadtoImpact See MoreSee Less

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Kone A Fisherso much love go team amber

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The Voice Inc shared Water PNG‘s photo — feeling excited.

An exciting few days of debating ahead for PNG’s top universities across the country, as they battle it out for the 2017 Water PNG National University Debate! The debate competition will take place in Lae at the Papua New Guinea University of Technology with coverage on EMTV. If you are in Lae, do swing by and check out the activity and discussions.

Good luck to all the university teams taking part! Pacific Adventist University, University of Goroka, University of Papua New Guinea, Divine Word University and the University of Natural Resources and Environment!! See MoreSee Less

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Benjamin MatatierIntellectual ear bashing for water png

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Water PNGThank you for sharing this The Voice Inc

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The Voice Inc shared PNG Human Rights Film Festival‘s photo.

It’s on again! The PNG Human Rights Film Festival 2017 kicks off next weekend! Make sure to come down to the Moresby Arts Theatre and check out the great films and discussions AND…It’s FREE ENTRY! 😉 See MoreSee Less

The PNG Human Rights Film Festival is proud to launch our official 2017 poster today!

We only have 2 weeks until opening night in POM at the Moresby Arts Theatre, Friday – Sunday: 13-15 October 2017…

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