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Photo Essay: PM Clark Visits StopAIDS Centre PNG

Photo Essay: Clark Visits StopAIDS Centre PNG

Images by Jason Dorday.

Images: New Zealand Prime Minister, Helen Clark, has visited the Anglicare StopAIDS Centre in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea. Also, NZ PM and Pacific Forum secretary general Greg Urwin face the press.


PM Helen Clark shakes hands with Charles Kalweh (from the Anglicare Stopaids drummer group) after a tour of Anglicare Stopaids PNG centre.


Fergus Simo talks to NZ PM Helen Clark during her visit to Anglicare Stopaids PNG centre.


Freddy Simo, an aids victim at Anglicare Stopaids PNG centre.


Freddy Simo, an aids victim at Anglicare Stopaids PNG centre.


Members of an AIDS prevention /awareness and education programme listen to PM Helen Clark at Anglicare Stopaids PNG centre.

Pacific Islands Secretariat secretary-general, Greg Urwin and New Zealand Prime Minister, Helen Clark in Port Moresby, PNG.

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