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11 January 2013

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Thanks very much for these stories of life in New Ireland today.

I remember visiting Messi Health Centre back in 1983 when I took a group of Manggai High School students there for their community extension week of community service. I think it was painted blue and yellow when I visited it!

Any of the old Manggai ex-students reading this blog will probably remember the days when Trevor Marshall drove them there on the school truck and George Kinawai kept an eye on them.

I wonder where they are now - Piniau Vakip, Abraham L. Tari Kesno, Henry Lavasamat, and the others whose names I forgot to write on my photos.

Hi everyone, please check out the website http://www.adi.org.au to learn more about the work of Australian Doctors International in New Ireland Province and Western Province. organisation.

What a wonderful group ADI is. These are the sort of organisations AusAID should be enthusiastically supporting.

Thank you for caring, ADI; I know how much the people appreciate your visits.

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