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CFK enews archive

January 2022

https://caringforkiriwina.org.au

e-NEWS Happy New Year ✨

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Greetings for a prosperous New Year 2022 from the Caring for Kiriwina (CFK) Management team to all our generous donors from all over the world.
 

The 2021 year was a year of challenges with the emergence and rise of COVID-19 which affected many lives and the movement of people as well as the loss of lives of our loved ones globally. 

The operations of Caring for Kiriwina were greatly affected especially by the reduced level of donations we received from our donors during the year. Despite the effects of COVID-19, CFK managed to continue to support the people of Kiriwina during 2021. The support provided by CFK to the people of Kiriwina continues to help with basic care needs which greatly benefits the health and well-being of the people.

From our Caring for Kiriwina In-Country Manager, Toks Bwaina and the rest of the CFK Team

Rates of pregnancy have exploded on Kiriwina during COVID, donations have been declining and the Kiriwinan people are in urgent need of more birthing kits, birthing delivery equipment and contraception aids.

Our CFK In-Country Manager – A BIG THANKS to DONORS – Video Below

Testimonials:

Rebecca expresses her gratitude for the Kuluwa village CFK water pump, which has helped her community to access clean drinking water and safely deliver babies.

CFK VBA Rebecca, Kuluwa Village

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November 2021

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e-NEWS Clean water update.

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CFK maintained Water pumps service over 5,000 people. 

There is a high demand for clean drinking water for the village people on Kiriwina. Communities are in need of more water pumps to be supplied to enable them to have access to cleaning drinking water.

Our 7 water pumps are located across the entire Island. Our CFK plumber Koega provided these recent updates:
1. Kavataria pumps is being restored and now operating.
2. Oyabia/Orabesi pump is being restored and now operating.
3. KSS female pump is being restored and now operating
4. KSS male pump is yet to be restored due to a part required.
5. Kuluwa pump is in good condition and operating.
6. Kenobasi pump is in good condition and operating.
7. Oyabia Primary School Pump waiting for hardware coming from Alotau.

Great work everyone!!!

Testimonials:

It was a joyous moment for David Max Ibwasa seeing him with full smile while pumping the water for himself. Couple of days ago he was carrying little containers to fetch water for his family but now the pump has made life easier for him coz its just few meters away from his house.

Thanks to the social media for making it possible for our lovely friends  from afar to react positively to help us. I and the Oyabia and Rabesi community want to send our sincere gratitude to CFK team from Aussie and Toks Bwaina from Pom with the local team here in Trobs for putting things together for our pump to function.. Thank you all so much. Kamatokisi.

From Enos Enos, from Rabesi Village, thanking CFK on behalf of Oyabia/Rabesi people.

Thanks to the CFK team especially Toks Bwaina for quick respond to get the local team to have the pump fixed as soon as possible. Not forgetting the other members of the CFK team who make things possible for our community. Kamatokisi Saina kwaiveka.

Arthur Galaboda, from Kavataria village who is enjoying the pump that was recently fixed.

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Archived enews:


  • Vol.2, Issue 8: Nov 19, 2021: Caring For Kiriwina Clean water project update CLICK HERE
  • Vol.2, Issue 7: Nov 3, 2021: CFK COVID-19 Delta myths crippling PNG CLICK HERE
  • Vol.2, Issue 6: Jun 21, 2021: EOFY donations accepted – make your tax deductible donation today 🙂 CLICK HERE
  • Vol.2, Issue 5: May 6, 2021: Caring For Kiriwina – Health services deteriorate CLICK HERE
  • Vol.2, Issue 4: Dec 22, 2020: Caring For Kiriwina wishes you peace, light and love this Christmas CLICK HERE
  • Vol.2, Issue 3: Nov 12, 2020: Caring For Kiriwina Projects Progress well despite COVID CLICK HERE
  • Vol.2, Issue 2: Aug 27, 2020: Caring For Kiriwina supports High School Boarders with a School Fee Scholarship CLICK HERE
  • Vol.2, Issue 1: Jul 21, 2020: Caring For Kiriwina supports women’s and children’s health to beat the pandemic CLICK HERE
  • Vol.1, Issue 10: Apr 16, 2020: Caring For Kiriwina COVID-19 update CLICK HERE
  • Vol.1, Issue 9: Dec 19, 2019: Caring For Kiriwina wishes you all a Merry Christmas & a Happy & Healthy 2020 🙂 CLICK HERE
  • Vol.1, Issue 8: Oct 4, 2019: Caring For Kiriwina October 2019 E-news CLICK HERE
  • Vol.1, Issue 7: Jul 10, 2019:  Caring For Kiriwina July 2019 E-news CLICK HERE
  • Vol.1, Issue 6: May 23, 2019: Caring For Kiriwina May 2019 E-news CLICK HERE
  • Vol.1, Issue 5: Dec 21, 2018: Caring For Kiriwina wishes you all a Merry Christmas & a Happy & Healthy 2019 CLICK HERE
  • Vol.1, Issue 4: August 29th 2018: Caring For Kiriwina E-news August 2018 CLICK HERE
  • Vol.1, Issue 3: January 23rd 2018: Caring for Kiriwina News January 2018 CLICK HERE
  • Vol.1, Issue 2: June 14th 2017: E-news June 2017 CLICK HERE
  • Vol.1, Issue 1: May 22nd 2017: CFK VBA Training News CLICK HERE