Founded in 2014, Prolink Consultancy Group is focused on its purpose in working with relevant partners for the development of the productive sector.
Spanning Departments of Industry, Trade, Cooperatives, Tourism, Agriculture and the Public Services Commission, Prolink Consultancy Group has worked on numerous Corporate, Industry and Departmental plans including extensive consultation as needed with government, community, private sector and donor organisations.
Most recently our expertise has been engaged by the Director of Tourism, working as part of the Department of Tourism Human Resources Development (HRD) Committee for the development of Vanuatu’s first ever whole of Tourism Industry HRD Strategy to 2030.
Mr Roy Pakoasongi Amos
MEd(MPA), BEd, DipEdAdmin
After several decades as a school teacher, headmaster and principal in Vanuatu primary and secondary schools, Roy has spent the last 15 years working with various government departments and private sector organisations in strategic planning, restructuring and management activities.
Janessa N.G. Amos
Marie Helen Job
John F.E. Amos
Janessa worked at the department of fisheries in 2015 for 6 months as a Data Collector, and then worked another 6 months at the Department of Fisheries in 2016 helping out as a field officer with a SPC project called PacFish.
In 2017 Janessa volunteered at the Department of Environment to do a field survey for RAPCA and IDA for fishermen in the Blacksand area.
Marie started working for Vanuatu Beverages for 5 months as a cashier (2018), gaining experience in day to day operations and sales in a company.
In 2019, Marie moved on to working for Sun Productions Printers as a Receptionist for 12 months, gaining experience in customer service and office secretarial work.
John completed a Certificate IV in Aircraft Maintenance Engineering (Avionics) qualification, after which gaining experience in the Aviation industry, construction, work place occupational health and safety standards and civil registry.
John has worked as a Avionics Trainee Technician, Planner and Builder, Project Manager and also in related ICT work at the Civil Registry.
Matarualapa association was established in 2010, it is a way forward for the people of Emae Island bringing community’s together and helping community’s by way of Agriculture, Sports and Tourism. The association has 3 programs being implemented they are; the Matarau Primary Producers Program (MPPP) are focusing on developing the agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries sector on the island, Mataru-vano Tournament which is held almost every year focused on sports and Mataraulapa Small Business Enterprise Development.
Health, Safety, Environment, Quality. HSEQ Vanuatu specialises in the development and implementation of HSEQ Management Systems for government and corporate entities, aligned to International Standards Organisation (ISO) specifications.
Breadfruit Consulting works with organisations and businesses to unlock their potential, by taking a fresh look at what’s happening now and identifying strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats; advising on strategies and plans, on how to recruit and retain great employees, and on business resilience; coaching people in key positions to lead more effectively; and training people to do things differently and to do different things – like team working, problem solving, taking more responsibility, increasing productivity and improving service quality.
The Port Vila Handikraft Haos provides over 50 vendors with a platform to sell products that they have either made themselves (often on site) or have been purchased via wholesale, often from the outer islands. A wide variety of products such as baskets, home decor, carvings, jewelry and artwork are displayed and available for purchase. This marketplace is playing a pivotal role in reestablishing traditional handicrafts as a main player in the retail market after it has gradually become inundated with plastic and imported souvenirs.