For many living in Papua New Guinea, natural and man-made disaster is simply a fact of life which was largely dealt with knowledge passed down over generations. However, locals are beginning to build upon their ancestral knowledge in order to hopefully develop new traditions that will better equip them and future generations for what may come in the years to come.
       
     
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 For many living in Papua New Guinea, natural and man-made disaster is simply a fact of life which was largely dealt with knowledge passed down over generations. However, locals are beginning to build upon their ancestral knowledge in order to hopefully develop new traditions that will better equip them and future generations for what may come in the years to come.
       
     

For many living in Papua New Guinea, natural and man-made disaster is simply a fact of life which was largely dealt with knowledge passed down over generations. However, locals are beginning to build upon their ancestral knowledge in order to hopefully develop new traditions that will better equip them and future generations for what may come in the years to come.

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