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24 November 2013


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My prayers go out to Sayeed, The Family and Sexual Violence Committee, Medecins Sans Frontieres and the PNG National Department of Health. It is good to hear that something is being done to help these poor women and children.

I also pray that the member of parliament for Tari will start to think how he can help to put a stop to this epidemic in family violence in the Tari region. It appears that the Tari region of PNG is a particularly lawless one and the people are in need of more police protection.

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