KA was contracted by IPBC to provide Community Affairs, public affairs and landowner engagement work including facilitating payments for landowners labour and equipment used during the feasibility study period of Ramu II Hydro. Looking into and assessing environmental damages and payment in the same period.
- Community Affairs and Public Relations role to ensure there was no disruption to drilling program.
- In the forefront of negotiation between various factions of landowners.
- Ramu II Proposed Hydro Station
- Yonki, Papua New Guinea
- IPBC (now KCH)
- Project Type
- 180MW Hydro Power development
- Year Completed