Women’s group visits Bomana jail, present gifts

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THE West Kongo Five-Mile Women’s Association visited the Bomana Correctional Services Institute last Sunday for fellowship and presented gifts.
Association vice-president Aniela Konsi and treasurer Berry Abel told The National they also visited other humanitarian organisations in the city such as the Cheshire Disability Home at Hohola, the Port Moresby General Hospital wards and other community members and churches that were seen to be in need and troubled,” Abel said.
“In every visit we do, we bring whatever gifts we can – from food to other items – and present to those who we visit.
“Our aim is to extend our love and care to others who are in need in whatever little ways that we can and also share time and fellowship with them through administering Gods Word.
“That is because we also have a pastor for the association.”
Abel said when there was a need in the community, everyone joined in to help.
“Like if one of our member has her children in school and finds it difficult to afford school fees, we help to pay for the fees,” she said.
“Likewise, during Christmas, we also buy food and usable items for all church pastors within the community we live in regardless of the denominations.
“We also give them little money to support them.”
Abel said the women’s group also does voluntary clean-ups from Erima to the 5-Mile roundabout every Tuesdays and Saturdays to clean up the city and participate in Walk and Yoga for Life.

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