CFK’s plumber, Mr Koega, has managed to fix the Boys pump at Kiriwina High School. Now both pumps are now in operation. We are buying more rubbers cups and send to Mr Koega asap.
These women are the glue that keeps the Kiriwinan community together. We love them and are so proud of what they do for their communities and that we are able to support them in our small way. Another five boxes made up of Birthing Kits, Dignity Kits, condoms, with extra soaps and gloves winging are on their way to help them in their good work. Thanks to our sponsors and donors. A great team effort!!!
Kiriwina High School pump was fixed by CFK plumber Koega yesterday and is now working. The boys pump requires rubber cups that we are sourcing these as we write this post…
This beautiful baby’s name is Jemmi Jessie. She is 7 months old. She was delivered at Kavataria Village under the delivery care of Kavataria Village Birth Attendants.
Video 3 – Appeal for a water pump
My name is Joyce and my husband’s name is Melivala. I am from Buduwelaka village (village situated at end of Trobriand airport runway). Our problem is sourcing good water. We walk long distances to fetch water. In the past a pump was installed (by European Union), however, the pump is no longer functioning and we cannot afford to repair the pump. We have gone five years back facing same problems in the past of sourcing good and clean water for drinking. For this reason my community is in desperate need of good clean water to help the people and children. My appeal now is for a water pump to be installed to help my community. The distance we walk to fetch water is approximately 20 – 30 kilometers. The population is approximately 200 people. I given my consent for my photo and this video to be viewed by viewers. Thank you.