Australian military helps PNG locals

ABOUT 100 people from the remote Kaup village in Angoram, East Sepik of Papua New Guinea, received free medical health care  and treatment last Wednesday – courtesy of the joint 
PNG-Australia military exercise Night Naip.
The exercise focuses on amphibious and jungle training activities aims at enhancing the two armies’ capability to operate together.
It started last Monday and ends on Thursday.
Soldiers are camping at Kaup village while their medical team spent a day attending to those with common illness and dental problems.
Synthia Kapos, a three-year-old girl suffering from severe diarrhoea and malaria was among those treated by the medical team.

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