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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We were so excited to have received an invitation to be a guest speaker and participate in the Festival of Workers celebration at the Loreto Girls Hostel, (5 mile – Pom). The Festival of Workers is a celebration day in the Catholic calendar and pays tribute to Saint Bonefasia. She provided her home to young women and built community for them and provided encouragement and life skills training. Her legacy continues through the amazing work of Loreta Girls Hostel and other communities like it set up around the country. CleanGen Tok magazines were gifted to this beautiful community.

We also had the Alpha Tribe visit Life PNG Care at Gerehu this afternoon. They learned about the work Colin Pake and the team are doing at PNG Life Care and also shared their experiences with the kids and encourage them.

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What’s Good Port Moresby National High School! Thanks for having us yesterday! Looking forward to having more Clean Gen chats and activities with your school! #cleangen #leadtoimpact See MoreSee Less

Thank you to Port Moresby National High School Pomnaths for partnering for Clean Gen! We had a great time chatting with students yesterday from POMNATHS about the Clean Generation movement. #cleangen …

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The Voice Inc added 8 new photos — supporting The Fight to End Corruption at Sir John Guise Stadium.

A huge shout out to the team at Transparency International PNG for hosting an awesome 11th Sir Anthony Siaguru Walk Against Corruption on Sunday! We had a heap of fun walking alongside many schools, organizations and families who are committed to ending corruption. We joined up with the team from Sanap Wantaim Campaign for this walk <3 Thank you so much to the United Nations in Papua New Guinea for sponsoring our teams <3 We went out as the Clean Gen mini army and took out the prize for the best outfit for a school team, so thank you also to BSP! #cleangen #cleanbusiness #sanapwantaim See MoreSee Less

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Happy World Environment Day! Now more than ever it is crucial to protect, preserve and yet utilize our environment to ensure sustainability moving into the future. In commemorating World Environment Day and initiatives by our students across our 3 campuses, there were several activities held over the weekend and today. Young people should be at the forefront of the conversation and we’re happy to be providing spaces for them to do so.

Over in Lae at UNITECH, the Champs Tribe held a forum on the Role of Technology in Sustainable Development & and Sustainable Solutions to our Problems. Whilst on Sunday morning at UOG, The Hans tribe held a Clean Act with 74 of their peers! UPNG the Amber ATA Tribe Launched its Clean Campus Project with their first clean up with partner student organizations this morning as part of their Clean Week initiative! We’ll post more about each event throughout the week, but we’re so proud of our students taking ownership of their campus’ and driving the conversation. #cleangen #leadtoimpact #WED2017 See MoreSee Less

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