Milne Bay mothers receive K10,000 from Parkop

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National Capital District Governor Powers Parkop has encouraged the Milne Bay Mothers’ Association in Port Moresby not to give up on their dreams for the group.
“I want you to achieve your goals for setting to up this association. I’m here to support you but you have to support yourselves. You have to be passionate and committed,” he said.
“Many times we start associations and are happy. But when we encounter problems, we end up complaining and give up, causing the association to break down.”
Launching the association at 8-Mile on Friday, Parkop urged the members to cooperate with each other and set up simple projects.
“Don’t set up complicated projects because you will become frustrated if you are not successful,” he said.
“That why most women’s association break up. I have launched many women’s association in the past 10 years and have not seen any achievements.”
Parkop committed K10,000 to assist the association.
Thanking Parkop, association president Lulu Waula said that about 200 mothers had formed the association to help themselves start small economical projects like breeding chicken.

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