While Selling Areca Nuts, “Mama” (Mother) in Papua Learns to Read and to Write

goodmorningpapua.com – Papuan Mamas (Mothers) who are selling betel nut on Toladan street, Sentani, Jayapura Regency, learn to read and write. The Jayapura Police Women’s Police (Polwan) led by Ipda Rismawati together with Brigadier Hesty, First Brigadier Jumrana and First Brigadier Ni Kadek Sutini present back to the community.

These policewomen accompanied Mama Seli Mori (19) and Nqli Wenda (20) who were selling betel nut on the roadside, Toladan Village, Sentani City District, Jayapura Regency, Papua.

Jayapura Police Chief AKBP Fredrickus W.A Maclarimboen explained, the cork program is to assist local governments eradicate illiteracy, especially in the Jayapura Regency area.

“Policewomen are also involved by going to the residents to teach them the basics of reading and counting,” said the Jayapura Police Chief.

This program has been running for the last 3 months. The benefits are clear. During the past 3 months, personnel who have been directly involved in the community have taught them to read and write letters of the alphabet and numbers, many of whom have been able to understand or understand what is being taught.

“We are consistent in carrying out this program, and will continue as an effort to help the local government to eradicate illiteracy in the Jayapura Regency area,” said Fredrickus Maclarimboen.

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