goodmorningpapua.com – This is how enthusiastic Papuan Mamas [Mothers] are who are residents of Vyer Village, Tizain District, Mappi Regency.
Under the hot afternoon sun of Vyer Village, while carrying the children, these mothers participated in loading the sand to assist the single military personnel enter the village in building livable houses for local residents.
This Papuan Mama even created her own Noken made from used cement sacks which were then used as sand containers.
The sand that has been filled in sacks is tied to the head as if wearing a Noken, then the women of Kampung Vyer load sack after sack of sand from the Vyer pier to the construction site for residents’ houses.
The 113rd TMMD program of the 1707 Merauke Kodim, built 20 units of type 50 semi-permanent houses in Vyer Village, Tizain District, Mappi Regency, Papua to replace residents’ houses that are no longer suitable for habitation.