Reinforcing NES’s focus on the Pa Enua

Currently, the Pa Enua program is being strengthened with the assistance of a dedicated consultant.
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Currently, the National Environment Services (NES) in Rarotonga oversees the activities of eight active Environment Officers stationed across various islands. These officers are stationed in Aitutaki, Atiu, Mauke, Mitiaro, Mangaia, Pukapuka, Nassau, Tongareva, and there are also two Suwarrow Rangers presently stationed on Rarotonga, awaiting their departure in July 2024.
The Environment Officers in the outer islands, known as Pa Enua officers, work part-time, with the exception of Aitutaki. Their responsibilities include, processing compliance applications, assisting other ministries, and handling administrative tasks. Their daily routine consists of a blend of site visits and office duties. Additionally, they have access to support from the Rarotonga office when needed. Currently, the Pa Enua program is being strengthened with the assistance of a dedicated consultant.

It’s worth noting the commendable work being carried out by two of our Pa Enua officers: those stationed in Tongareva and Mitiaro.

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