At TIPNG, our activity is to create awareness on corruption to empower people to take action against it. One way of taking action is supporting organisations like TIPNG who are in the forefront of educating our PNG citizens that allowing corruption to thrive in our country causes suffering to us through lack of basic goods and services.

When you become a member of TIPNG, you grow the anti-corruption network in PNG.  Here are some of the benefits of being a member of TIPNG:

  • Your membership gives you the privilege of nominating directors for the TIPNG Board at the Annual General Meeting
  • Members have the privilege of attending TIPNG events
  • Members become contact points for TIPNG
  • We are open to members’ suggestions/ideas to drive the anti corruption network forward
  • Your contribution does a long way in assisting TIPNG in doing its work.

How To Become A Member

  1. FILL in the  Membership form with your name and contact details (You can download the form by clicking on the membership form)
  2. SELECT the appropriate Membership Category for your application (K10 for Indivduals, K5 for Students)
  3. PAY the Membership Fee either through eftpos at our office at Lokua Avenue, section 54 lot 31, Boroko  or you can deposit into our BSP Account 1000038232 and attach a copy of your deposit slip with your application when you SUBMIT it to us either through post, email or fax.

The Board of Directors will deliberate on your application and if approved you will be issued your Membership Certificate which valid for only the year in which you applied.

Conditions

  1. Individual applying must be no younger than 15 years of age. Younger applicants can be included under Family Membership (K100).
  2. Applicants must reside in Papua New Guinea

If you have any questions on Membership that you want assistance with, Contact Us. We will respond to your queries within the next business day.

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Our Commitment

TI is committed to creating and working with broad coalitions representing civil society to prevent corruption by reforming systems.

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