The Mission Aviation Fellowship or MAF joins the fight against Sorcery Accusation Related Violence or SARV, by signing a Memorandum of Understanding with PNG Tribal Foundation.
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Visiting PNG for the second time in five months is Maxwell Leadership Foundation Director of Global Development, John Griffin, who visited the hubs in Kokopo, Lae, Wewak and Port Moresby and discusses the Senisim PNG program.
The United States Embassy and Papua New Guinea, PNG University of Technology, and PNG Tribal Foundation have entered into a partnership to build a memorial for pioneer aviator Amelia Earhart.
The PNG Tribe Foundation praises the leadership of Governor Allan Bird in introducing amendments to the Paupa New Guinea Criminal Code Act targeting and criminalizing the actions of Glasmen and Glasmeri in their roles involving SARV.
In collaboration with PNG Tribal Foundation, CIG launched its first community outreach program called – ‘The Young Minds Screening.’ The program is a community awareness program to educate the younger populace of Papua New Guinea on Gender-Based Violence.
Police in Enga has identified the suspect involved in the recent sorcery case. It’s claimed they accused the six-year-old child of sorcery and tortured her last month in Surinki.