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Provincial & District Support Advisor
Mr. Pim Kunipi
Central Province is a province in Papua New Guinea located on the southern coast of the country. It has a population of 183,983 (2000 census) people and is 29,500 square kilometres (11,400 sq mi) in size. The seat of government of Central Province, which is located within the National Capital District outside the province, is the Port Moresby suburb of Konedobu. On 9 October 2007, the Central Province government announced plans to build a new provincial capital city at Bautama which lies within Central Province near Port Moresby, although there has been little progress in constructing it.
(Whereas Tok Pisin is the main lingua franca in all Papua New Guinean towns, in part of the southern mainland coastal area centered on Central Province, Hiri Motu is a stronger lingua franca (but not in Port Moresby).
Districts and LLGsEach province in Papua New Guinea has one or more districts, and each district has one or more Local Level Government (LLG) areas. For census purposes, the LLG areas are subdivided into wards and those into census units.
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