Alert: Endangered Species

Every fifteen minutes, another species disappears, and this destruction continues to accelerate. At present, we are witnessing the most rapid rate of extinctions since the end of the dinosaur era.

Fortunately, on all continents, defenders of nature have decided to act. They struggle on a daily basis for the survival of the world’s fauna, and are trying to reinforce the fragile past we have shared with all animals since the beginning of time.
Be they mammals, reptiles, amphibians or birds, a great many animal species are in great danger. Only a handful of impassioned nature lovers are struggling fiercely to save them.

From Africa to Europe; from Asia to Australia and throughout the Americas, here is an account of their extraordinary adventures….fascinating stories which reveal the secrets of these endangered animals living in the wild.

According to the Governor’s Office, ELCPNG has serious financial and management issues, affecting service delivery to nearly all districts.


Morobe Governor, Kelly Naru, a Lutheran strong man, made the presentation at Ampo, the ELCPNG Headquarter in the Province.


This move by the Morobe Provincial Government to bail out the predominant church in Morobe Province isn’t surprising for the Lae Public.


According to a statement from the Governor’s office, the help comes after Governor Naru met with senior members of the Lutheran group. Also in the statement are reasons why the Morobe Provincial government continues to give money to the church.


Morobe Governor, Kelly Naru defends continuous support for the Evangelical Lutheran Church saying the church provides health and education services. “We are supporting Health, Education and Infrastructure,” says Governor Naru.


But, the predominant church in Morobe has the number power to gain support from those who have the funds to help. This follows a series of financial assistance payments made to local parishes and circuits in every district that Governor Naru has visited since his election.


In Fincshaffen, the Morobe Provincial government handed out cash to people attending a conference. At the Lutheran synod in Karkar this year, cash was handed out to those stranded on the Island. 


Yesterday, Lutheran Bishop, Giegere Wenge, accepted the funding inside a closed-door council meeting. It’s understood that important commercial issues regarding the business arms of the church were discussed inside, but information hasn’t been released.

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