Port Moresby, 16th March  , 2017 | Disruption of classes due to water shortage will be a thing of the past for Boreboa Primary School in the nation’s capital, as they received a new water tank,  an electric pump and had their ablution blocks renovated by  Bank of South Pacific (BSP).

“Classes were suspended due to water disruptions, but with the new tank and water pump, we now have a reliable back up of clean water for students and staff. The renovated ablution blocks reinforces our schools aim to promote healthy living environment,” said Brian Kagayabi, Head Master of Boreboa Primary School.


This community project will have a positive impact on the community by ensuring that hundreds of students and families have clean access to water when the main water supply is cut off.

The project was undertaken by BSP Treasury staff that volunteered their time over the weekend and assisted in cleaning up the work site, cementing the base of the water tank and installation of the water tank. The team also repainted the ablution blocks and cleaned the area around the project site.

BSP’s Treasury Sales Manager, Kerowa Maladina, said, “The project is rewarding for the staff, as it we gave back to a community that needed assistance.  The total cost of the project was K25,000 and is a part of BSP Community Initiative that is executed through all branches in PNG and the Pacific.”

“We thank the School Board, Management and Students for allowing us to work in your school. We believe that our contribution will leave lasting changes in the community,” added Mr Maladina.

This is the second community project handed over by BSP this week. Also on Wednesday, BSP handed over a refurbished library to Gordon Secondary School.

BSP is 100% committed to improving the communities in which we operate in. The bank has delivered 287 community projects since 2009, worth over K6.7 Million




Bank South Pacific (BSP) is an iconic and unique bank in Papua New Guinea and the Pacific, recognised for its strong commitment to the region.  We are a major commercial banking and finance group with assets of approximately PGK20.8 billion.

BSP has the largest branch network in Papua New Guinea, Cook Islands, Fiji, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Tonga and Vanuatu with sub branches and agents in rural locations. The BSP Group employs 4000+ people across the Pacific and proudly supports the communities that we operate in, through Community Projects, Sports, Education, Health, Culture and Financial Literacy.

Our branch network is complemented by electronic banking networks that can meet the banking needs of all customers wherever we operate.

  • 70+ Branches
  • 13 Premium Service Centres
  • 50+ Sub Branches
  • 350+ Agents
  • 500 ATMs
  • 11,000+ EFTPoS

We’re proud of our whole of bank capabilities whereby our teams in Corporate, Retail, Paramount and Treasury are able to provide solutions to our clients, drawing on our capabilities and broad presence. This capability is unmatched by our competitors.  PNG and the Pacific is our home. We have knowledge, history, experience and a commitment to the region that other financial institutes cannot offer.


BSP Sponsorship and Donations focus on many aspects of the community such as;

  • Sports and promoting healthy active lifestyles
  • Education and literacy
  • Nation building and encouraging investment
  • Art and cultural Activities
  • Health and Environment
  • Humanitarian and Charitable organisations that add value to the community.

We are 100% committed to improving the communities in which we operate in. BSP has delivered 287 community projects since 2009, worth over K6.7 Million.



Stephanie Waide | Manager – PR & Communications| Email: swaide@bsp.com.pg   or Email: PR@bsp.com.pg

Gorethy Semi | Head of Marketing and PR | Email: gsemi@bsp.com.pg