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26 February 2016


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This is a useful and practical project. Well done to the High Commission.

A question that arises, however, is who or what will maintain these assets into the future? I would expect that the local people will do it provided they have access to the required tools and materials.

I can't imagine that the PNG government will be that helpful, so I hope that the High Commission has a plan in place for ongoing repairs and maintenance.

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