PM’s wife, diplomats’ wives feed children

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RACHEL Marape, the wife of Prime Minister James Marape, accompanied the spouses of several diplomats on a community outreach programme in Port Moresby recently.
Their first outreach was the Kesi settlement in Taurama.
Collaborating with the youths of the Korobosea Seventh-day Adventist Church, the diplomatic spouses and friends made balanced meals to feed the Kesi children.
Representatives of the Diplomatic Spouses and Friends were Joyce Anga, the wife of Solomon Islands ambassador to PNG, the wife of the representative of Taiwan to PNG Sunday Li, wife of the High Commissioner of New Zealand to PNG Shonet Lewis, wife of the United Nations resident representative Vanessa Tamburi, wife of the ambassador of Indonesia to Papua New Guinea Ella Adriana and wife of the ambassador of the Philippines to PNG D. Linaly Tejano.
Marape said the visit was the first outreach programme organised by the Diplomatic Spouses and Friends.
“This is a very rare occasion but a special one that will be remembered by the people and the visitors,” she said.
“The women are very excited about the visit and are committed to collaborate on different projects and ideas for community and social outreach programmes throughout the year.”
Marape thanked everyone who helped to make the visit possible, including the police and the Korobosea Adventist church youths.

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