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28 February 2017


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Thanks Nick. I also find myself in a similar situation having started out as a 'didiman' (soil survey officer) in the late 1950s. I did know Kundiawa at that time. At the moment I am endeavouring to obtain a longterm Visa from PNG so that I can help a village (Ilombi) in the Southern Tablelends set up a market garden business. I think it will take at least 3 years to really get established so pray that my present 81 years extend to see that accomplished. (Dr) Baden Williams

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