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GENERAL INFORMATION

 

FOREIGN INVESTMENT IN PAPUA

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ACCELERATION OF DEVELOPMENT

http://www.loc.gov/lawweb/servlet/lloc_news?disp3_l205403437_text

(Dec 18, 2012) On October 17, 2012, Indonesia's national government issued a regulation that places a limit on which businesses may submit bids for government construction in Papua. Presidential Decree No. 84/2012 specifies that only companies owned by natives of Papua may make bids on infrastructure projects in the province valued at under Rp500 million (about US$52,000). The hope is that this will help increase development in the area and create prosperity.

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US DEPARTMENT OF STATE: The Papua Status

http://www.state.gov/p/eap/rls/rm/2010/09/147551.htm
Testimony by Joseph Yun
Deputy Assistant Secretary for East Asian and Pacific Affairs 

Statement Before the House Foreign Affairs Committee Subcommittee on Asia, the Pacific and the Global Environment

Washington, DC, September 22, 2010

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USAID IN PAPUA TO REACH UNREACHED

http://transition.usaid.gov/press/frontlines/fl_sep11/FL_sep11_EDU_PAPUA.html

In the highlands of Papua, Indonesia’s largest and most undeveloped region, there are not enough schools, and those that do exist do not function well. As Ako Kobak, a non-formal primary teacher in Sologma, says: “We are [a] 12-hour walk from the nearest government school and, even there, the teachers don’t come.”

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MAF IN PAPUA TO REACH UNREACHED

http://www.maf.org/about/where-we-serve/papua

Nonprofit MAF (Mission Aviation Fellowship) serves the hinterland of Papua flying supply aid and gospel sharing to isolated people meeting physical and spiritual need.

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