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May 18, 2021
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Tok Piksa – Episode 30, 2014

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Take a walk on any major street in the nation's capital and you will see people on the streets begging for loose change or for any leftover food you may happen to be carrying. This exists despite PNG’s continued economic growth and bourgeoning rise to power in the Pacific.

 

It seems the issue of homelessness is growing at more alarming rate every day. But what is worse is that most of those who are homeless are children. They take to the streets because their family units have broken down.

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