Not many Papua New Guineans outside mining circles know about a geologist named, Jerry Garry, from Simbu.
His contributions have helped resurrect the economies of countries devastated by decades of war. He has implanted Papua New Guinean models of mining legislation in Afghanistan and helped in the building of the largest iron ore mine in Sierra Leone after the civil war.
Jerry Garry is a trailblazer in his own right. His most important assignment came in 2012. Whilst working on a project funded by the European Union in Wau, Morobe Province, a job came up. The World Bank wanted a Deputy Team Leader for a group of mining experts who were to be sent to war-torn Afghanistan.
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