Morobe Mining Joint Venture (MMJV) and the National Government through the Mineral Resources Authority, (MRA) are working in partnership to bring development to the people of the Hidden Valley Mine project area, through mutually agreed development initiatives.
On the part of the government, this initiatives fall directly under the Government’s scheme called the Public Investment Programme (PIP).
The people of Nauti and Kwembu celebrated the launching of the properties making way for better health service delivery.
MRA’s Executive Manager for the Development Coordination Division, Sean Ngansia, told the people of both villages that the government was willing to work with all stakeholders in bringing development to them.
Nauti Community leader, Koi Ngamalo said this development would greatly ease the burden on their people, in that they now, don’t have to travel all the way to Bulolo to receive medical treatment.
Bulolo District Administrator, Tae Gwambelek, encouraged the people of Nauti to be health conscious, live healthy lifestyles, and make use of the new health facility in their village.
The construction cost is around K400, 000. The facilities will serve around 800 people in the area.
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