Saturday, May 17, 2014

1) Mimika to send aid to village in crisis


1) Mimika to send aid to village  in crisis

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1) Mimika to send aid to village  in crisis
The Jakarta Post, Timika | Archipelago | Sat, May 17 2014, 7:05 AM
The Mimika regency administration in Papua will soon dispatch relief aid to Jewa village, Tembagapura district, in response to a mounting food crisis there.
Acting Mimika Regent Ausilius You told Antara news agency on Friday that the food aid would be distributed as soon as possible.
The Mimika regency has been slow to send aid to Jewa, saying it only recently learned about the food crisis in the far-flung village.
“We will send the aid in the near future,” said Ausilius.
On Wednesday, the Amungme and Kamoro Community Development Institute (LPMAK) used Airfast helicopters from Timika to airlift two loads of foodstuffs to Jewa totaling 1,200 kilograms of food stuffs.
LPMAK spokesman Yeremias Imbiri said the aid packages included rice, instant noodles, cooking oil, milk and eggs.
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                            AWPA Sydney. Foto: awpasydneynews.blogspot.com
AWPA Sydney PIF Write to Discuss Issues at Summit Papua
 Author : Yermias Degei | Saturday, May 10 2014 19:25 Read: 1266 Comments : Jayapura , STEP MAGAZINE - Australia West Papua Association ( AWPA ) located Sydney sent an open letter to the leaders of the Pacific Islands Forum ( PIF ) today , Saturday, May 10, 2014 .

AWPA letter urging it to the PIF leaders to discuss the issue of West Papua and human rights violations taking place there in the PIF summit in Koror , Palau in July.
In a statement received majalahselangkah.com , tonight , Saturday ( 10/05/14 ) , Joe Collins of AWPA said , " There are several ways the Forum leaders can help the people of West Papua and the first is not to ignore the problem and correct really put the human rights situation in West Papua on the agenda of the summit next July in Koror . "
" We want the PIF leaders acknowledge concerns about human rights violations committed by security forces in West Papua in the official communiqué as did the leaders of MSG in their official communique in Noumea in 2013 , " he wrote .
 Joe Collins Secretary AWPA hope PIF will bring the Melanesian people of West Papua back into the Pacific community to give observer status to the representatives of indigenous Melanesian people of West Papua who are struggling for their right of self-determination . ( Yermias Degei / MS )
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