Sepik flood in PNG a 'slow burn disaster' - Oxfam | Pacific Beat

Sepik flood in PNG a 'slow burn disaster' - Oxfam

Sepik flood in PNG a 'slow burn disaster' - Oxfam

Updated 7 May 2013, 10:01 AEST

The international aid agency Oxfam says flooding on the Sepik River in Papua New Guinea has now reached crisis point.

Seven people have been killed since the flooding started developing late last year, and about 11,500 people have been affected.

Oxfam is the flooding is a slow burn disaster.

Presenter:Campbell Cooney

Speaker:Phillippe Allen, associate country director for PNG, Oxfam Australia

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