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18 December 2016


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Hi Francis Nii, thank you for your support and kind words, however this piece was written by Joyce Dinbi's niece (Joyce Dinbi Onguglo).

Thank you however for recognising the hard work of Joyce Dinbi, deputy director of the nursing service at the Kundiawa Hospital.

Beautiful, poignant words! Thank you Joyce for articulating what a lot of women and girls feel - let us continue to acknowledge that we as PNG women and girls hold a legitimate place.

Looking forward to reading the anthology of works in My Walk to Equality.

Simple, beautiful and poetic....and so vivid. I love it.

A factual exposition of the PNG's most biased gender cultural norm, Joyce. Well done and welcome to PNG Attitude.

Joyce Dinbi is deputy director of the nursing service at Sir Joseph Nombri Memorial Hospital in Kundiawa.

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