Nurses at a Clinic inthe Juni Valley of Hela province saytheir work standard has improverd after moving intotheir new houses.
For one ofthem, it is her first time to live in a permanent house, after twenty years of service inthe health sector working out of village settings.
Anna Kambara has been working as a community health worker for over twenty years. It’s a new and exciting experience for her and her family, who are used to living in traditional style housing.
Mrs Kambara and fellow nurse Miriam Gai moverd intotheir new homes in December of 2012.
Mrs Gai has been working in Juni Clinic since 2000. She lives in her new house with her husband andtheir five children.
The Tax Creditor’s scheme between Gigira Development Corporation and Oil Search helped fundthe building ofthe houses.
GDC Operations manager John Piawiya said each house cost one hundred and ninety thousand kina. GDC believes providing comfortable accommodation for those who servethe community will increase better service delivery.
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