Mul-Baiyer Lumusa MP, Koi Trappe, presented the 2015 District Support Improvement Program reports of his electorate today to the Department of Implementation and Rural Development.
From the K10 million DSIP funds for 2015, a massive K3 million was used in the constructing of roads and bridges, and K2 million each to Health and Education sectors.
Another K1 million was used to upgrade Law and order in the Mul-Baiyer area.
From the reports, two new High schools and a hospital have been built, and also a road linking Baiyer from Kombiam in Enga Province.
A wildlife sanctuary, which was run down for over a decade, has been revived and soon to be opened for tourists to visit.