This is in terms of the sporting facilities that are being built.
Chief Executive Officer, Peter Stewart, says Papua New Guineans will benefit from the facilities, for many years to come.
"The village which is university of PNG, this will be brand new all of residents that will be available to be use afterwards for the next twenty years.
Taurama Leisure Centre, 50 metres swimming pool, a large gym facility and six in-door courts that can be used for a multitude of sports.
"We are doing a complete revamping of the Sir John Guise out door, and Sir John Guise in-door centre.
"There will be a new athletic track, warm-up facilities up-grading the soccer facilities, new hockey centre from the PRL stadium all the way down through soft-ball, soccer, rugby, cricket, football and they'll be a new lawn-balls centre put there as well, and they will be left for years to come as a legacy after the games," Mr. Stewart said.