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15 February 2013

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I would like to thank AusAID for your wonderful funding to this province in my country. As a citizen of this nation I'm ashamed of the health in my country. Our leaders should put extra effort into this problem because the purpose of leadership is for betterment of the people.

We shouldn't be getting assistance from other countries since we are an independent nation.

So again I'm saying thank you to AusAID and other countries who are still supporting Papua New Guinea. Thanks guys.

Excellent. Great to hear of this new TB isolation ward. Reminds me of the old leprosy isolation hospital on the Gazelle in times past.

Let us hope that these efforts will help in the fight to control the spread of this new strain of TB in PNG.

I wish Tony Flynn all the best in his promotion of these stoves which also should help to stop the spread of TB.

Improved cook stoves help to minimise TB spread by coughing due to smoke inhalation in confined spaces.

Africa does a lot of work on improving cooking facilities; nothing is happening here.

I believe that I am the only person who has produced portable clay stoves that have very little smoke. I am trying to promote charcoal manufacture for use in charcoal stoves.

I am a small businessman in Wau and this needs a much bigger effort by more influential people.

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