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Karawari caves in East Sepik a key part of PNG's history

Karawari caves in East Sepik a key part of PNG's history

Updated 27 March 2013, 18:25 AEST

Yesterday we had a report about an online petition against plans for mining exploration around the internationally famous Karawari caves area of East Sepik in PNG.

Kenn Mondiai, Partners with Melanesians executive director discussed the concerns of local communities.

Madang-based Anthropological consultant Nancy Sullivan has been investigating the site with local field workers.

She explained the importance of these caves to Isabele Genoux.

Presenter: Isabelle Genoux

Speaker: Madang-based Anthropological consultant Nancy Sullivan speaking about the Karawari caves

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