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Snakebite Emergency

Snakebite Emergency

According to the University of Melbourne’s research, Papua New Guinea (PNG), is considered to have one of the highest localized snakebite rates in the world.This finding comes as no surprise since snakebite related cases are one of most common calls reported to MAF Technologies from the High…

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Crossing Barriers via HF Radio

Crossing Barriers via HF Radio

For most remote communities, there is a very high risk of people dying of minor accidents due to non-reliable ways to send and receive information in emergency situations. The communities describe the situation as “arrival of light to dispel the darkness of hopelessness to opportunities to reach out for help in times of need.”…

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Well informed to inform others

Well informed to inform others

A recent visit was made to Christian Radio Missionary Fellowship by two Senior Scientists from the Papua New Guinea Institute of Medical Research (PNGIMR), Dagwin Suarkia and Valentine Siba. The main purpose for the visit was to do a awareness on COVID-19 and COVID-19 vaccine. This came at the request from the CRMF Management mostly to…

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Where it takes a week for news to arrive

Where it takes a week for news to arrive

CRMF was given the opportunity to install 6 HF Radio at the Vanimo Green districts. All six of these two-way HF radios were funded by the Project Development Benefit (PDB) at Vanimo. Two of these radios were allocated to Amanab health centre and the Kembratoro health facility. Both of these locations have an airstrip, but the airstrips are currently not serviced. The only…

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