Free West Papua : Support Development of Papua, Minister Yohana Yembise Urges to Eliminate Violence Culture

Minister for Women Empowerment and Child Protection (MenPPPA), Yohana Yembise revealed that it is time for Papuans to unite to change the culture of violence for their sake.
"We who have this land must go forward, no longer raw!" Yohana said in a Papuan dialect during a dialogue with teachers, community leaders, traditional leaders, religious leaders and children in Astj village, Asmat district, Papua.
"Change patriarchal culture, Astj men should protect, cherish and glorify women. So also with children, pay attention to health and education, especially girls. Don't if there is a girl immediately invite marriage, "said Yohana as quoted from KemenPPA on Sunday (20/05/2018).
The violence rate for women and children in Papua Province is highest among other provinces, the Minister of PPPA is present to the country to solve the problem of violence by way of direct dialogue to the public.
Most of the people of Astj still do physical violence, both teachers to students, parents to children and husbands to the wife. Yohana then advised that violence will no longer be resolved by way of customs, fines and mediation but must be handled legally.
Previously Yohana has signed the launching of the District of Asmat to the District of Children's Worthy in Bumiwiyata Mandala building.
There are 24 indicators and stages to be followed, one of which children must go to school, get access to health, good nutrition and civil rights protection.
"No less important, immediately create a forum for children involved in the deliberations of development planning," said Yohana.

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