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The '''Girl Guides Association of Papua New Guinea''' now has 20 solar cooking trainers, who are also trainers in making and using [[WAPI]]s. They have a goal (among others) to give solar cooking training to every homeless group in the Port Moresby area covering one a week. There are 50 identified groups, who live wherever they can find shelter. [[Jenni Lean]] is spearheading this project.
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The '''Girl Guides Association of Papua New Guinea''' now has 20 solar cooking trainers, who are also trainers in making and using Water Pasteurization Indicators ([[WAPI]]s). They have a goal (among others) to give solar cooking training to every homeless group in the Port Moresby area covering one a week. There are 50 identified groups, who live wherever they can find shelter. [[Jenni Lean]] is spearheading this project.
   
 
==News and recent developments==
 
==News and recent developments==
 
*[http://malumnalu.blogspot.com/2010/02/papua-new-guinea-girl-guides-receive.html Papau New Guinea Girl Guides receive Kiwi VIP] - ''Malum Nalu''
 
*[http://malumnalu.blogspot.com/2010/02/papua-new-guinea-girl-guides-receive.html Papau New Guinea Girl Guides receive Kiwi VIP] - ''Malum Nalu''
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==Contact==
 
==Contact==
[mailto:barby@barby.com barby@barby.com]
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{{See|Barby Pulliam}}
 
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The Girl Guides Association of Papua New Guinea now has 20 solar cooking trainers, who are also trainers in making and using Water Pasteurization Indicators (WAPIs). They have a goal (among others) to give solar cooking training to every homeless group in the Port Moresby area covering one a week. There are 50 identified groups, who live wherever they can find shelter. Jenni Lean is spearheading this project.

News and recent developmentsEdit

ContactEdit

See Barby Pulliam.

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