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PNG census delay could affect election: EC
Written by Tangata Vainerere   
Sunday, 04 July 2010
01 JULY 2010 PORT MORESBY (THE NATIONAL) ---- Papua New Guinea Electoral Commission officials are worried that the delay in the 2010 housing and population census will affect the commission’s preparations for the 2012 general election.’


  
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Childhood development vital for Pacific: Expert
Written by Tangata Vainerere   
Sunday, 04 July 2010
01 JULY 2010 PORT MORESBY (POST COURIER) --- Children who access early childhood development (ECD) programs do better in school and other areas of life than those who did not, says an expert on Early Childhood Care and Development (ECCD) Junko Miyahara. 
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Climate scientists gather to renew faith
Written by Tangata Vainerere   
Sunday, 04 July 2010
01 JULY 2010 CANBERRA (RADIO AUSTRALIA) ----- Accusations of political agenda and scientific arrogance have plagued the climate change debate in recent times.

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Artist, activist and UN ambassador, Annie Lennox gives voice to women with HIV
Written by Tangata Vainerere   
Sunday, 04 July 2010
02 JULY 2010 NEW YORK (UN NEWS CENTRE) ---- As lead singer of the band Eurythmics and a solo artist, Annie Lennox is known around the world for a successful music career that spans over three decades. In her new role as a celebrity advocate for the United Nations, she is giving voice to millions of women and girls suffering with HIV and AIDS, an issue close to the heart of this mother of two daughters.  
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HIV education still lacking in PNG
Written by Tangata Vainerere   
Sunday, 04 July 2010
02 JULY 2010 PORT MORESBY (POST COURIER) --- Many workers have only a basic knowledge and understanding of HIV and AIDS while that of its rippling effects is very limited.


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UN releases practical toolkit on how to deter sexual violence in war
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Sunday, 04 July 2010
02 JULY 2010 NEW YORK (UN NEWS CENTRE) ----- From peacekeepers in Darfur escorting women and girls to prevent “firewood rapes” to blue helmets in Kosovo setting up an emergency hotline for at-risk communities and lone women, the United Nations launched today its first compilation of the best practices of its staff to prevent, deter and respond to the use of rape as a war tactic.   
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