Mama Halipim Mama Foundation

Peace In Sugu Valley

The Peace Accord was signed at Waluwili MHM Foundation training centre in Ialibu, Southern Highlands Province on Sunday 13 March.

More than three years went by while tribal enemies would not talk or work together because of the tribal wars they had over the years.

Then through the MHM contribution in their area to establish women’s resource centre for enhancing economic empowerment, warring factions agreed to peace the accord.  

Mama Halipim Mama in Kutubu

The women group were able to save during a year and presented the funds to MHM Founder Ruth Undi at Daga village, Pimaga Station on Thursday 10 February 2022.

Mrs Undi expressed gratitude to the women who welcomed the foundation with open arms into their community and lives. She emphasized on the work of the non-profit she heads.

K20,000 For Bridges

Both bridges connect the Yamala and Kewabi LLG of Ialibu District in Southern Highland Province.

The support for the construction comes about due to lack of will from the district development authorities of Imbonggu and Ialibu-Pangia, since the bridges are situated near the border, the local authorities are divided on whose shoulder the responsibility should fall on.

SHP Women Demand Change

The demand for change has brought about a civil rights movement in partnership with Mama Halipim Mama Foundation to prepare the Action Plan for the women of Southern Highlands Province.

The plan will shed light and support for women across the province, as funds for the women are in Court, where the National Council of Women and the Mendi Community Development office are engaged in dispute. 

The National Council of Women has a commitment to prevent sexual exploitation and abuse at the individual agency level.

First flight for over 30,000 local women

The vegetables will be sold at Stop N Shop outlets in the nation’s capital.

The women from Ialibu-Pangia, Imbonggu, Kagua-Erave in Southern Highlands Province and Tambul-Nebilyer District in Western Highlands Province are members of the Mama Halipim Mama Foundation.

Through this Foundation, the rural mothers are now financially empowered and realising their dreams.