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27 September 2014


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To meet human needs and wants, gifting of education and health care to people of Papua New Guinea has long been a human response at a person to person level. More effective to the needs, these are being delivered by organisations. Hopefully this will continue.

To meet public accountability, here is a small question for Archbishop Young and the idea that ‘the money is ours’.

Suppose person A wants to give a gift to person B.

But person A says that gift should come from person C.

Then person C can decide to gift direct to person B, or gift through person A.

What help is given to person B, so accountability and gratitude are also clear to see?

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