Jayapura, Jubi – PT. Miyeda Papua planned to prepare 1,000 Papuan entrepreneurs by 2020.
PT Miyeba Papua director Yance Mote, on Tuesday (16/2/2016) said he had trained 500 Papuan entrepreneurs over the last five years by providing a legal entity in accordance to Law No. 21 of 2001 regarding Papua’s special autonomy.
He said young Papuans have been left behind because the private sector is considered unimportant than civil service.
“We do not give money, yet the way we prepare and train by providing a legal entity, so the young people can stand on their own feet or be able to live and thrive in the land of Papua,” he said.
Erickson Edowai, one of the members who are dealing with Telkomsel network in Biak admitted, very proud of the initiatives of the director of PT. Miyeda. (Abeth You/Tina)