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04 August 2016

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The presentation will be very impressive and heart breaking. I know what comes from the heart will always give satisfaction to heart. I hope this coming September will put SCF on cloud nine.

Akra JD and Yalkuna Nii. Thank God for he sees through the heart and uplifts those who truly serve and strive to make his kingdom become a reality on earth. I join others in sharing the joy that comes with this news.

Jimmy, you're already the winner and the champion for the youngsters that look up to you.

You need no international validation.
We share in the joy nevertheless; for being recognized in you and your wife's sacrifice and commitments.


My late nephew, David James Dawa, who passed away at Kewamugl village two weeks ago was amongst the many children in Simbu who were assisted and mentored by Mr Drekore.
Jimmy, you are a champion of the underprivileged and the
needy in Simbu. I was unfortunately not there to attend the funeral but I was told that you and Mrs Drekore were there to give your last fare well to a youngster you have so dearly loved.
Mr and Mrs Drekore, thank you so much for everything.
The Good Lord will bless you every step of the way.

I always knew the sky was the limit for this great man. Congratulations, Jimmy! Lets keep our fingers.crossed and hope for the best, come September.

Wonderful news! Congratulations, Jimmy.

Well done, Jimmy and SCF folks.

I hope we pay better attention to our politics and make our politicians more responsible so that we can reduce the amount of suffering that our people endure that makes us have to go to extraordinary measures just to deliver the basics.

Congratulations Jimmy and thank you Francis for your report.

They Call Me Papa


Oh little ones
Laden with affliction and hopelessness

You think you’re alone
But I am with you

You think I don’t hear your cry
But I do hear your cry

You don’t think I will come for you
But I will come for you

Whether sunny or stormy
Mountain or valley

I will be there for you
Not to give you gold or silver

But to carry you
In the palms of my hand

Your happiness
Is my happiness

Your sadness
Is my sadness

Until you get healed
Of your affliction

For you have the right
To live a healthy life

If no one supports me
I alone will carry you

Until you smile and say
Papa, thank you, I am healed

Then my heart will be at peace
My soul will rest

“It is health that is real wealth and not pieces of gold and silver.” –Mahatma Ghandi.

“We think sometimes that poverty is only being hungry, naked and homeless. The poverty of being unwanted, unloved and uncared for is the greatest poverty. We must start in our own homes [and in our own little ways] to remedy this kind of poverty.” – Mother Teresa

Positive news for all Papua New Guineans. Lets all turn our backs on politics and see what we as individual people can do for ourselves and our country so change and happiness can flourish among our young ones.

Go Jimmy, you are a change-maker.

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