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BIO PAULIN’S GOAL SAVES PERSIPURA FROM DEFEAT

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Bio Paulin (Jubi)

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Jayapura , 20/4 ( Jubi ) – Persipura Jayapura were held to a 1-1 draw by PSM Makassar in an Indonesian Super League match at Mandala Stadium, Jayapura on Saturday (19/4).

Cameroonian defender Bio Pauline Pierre scored the equalizer in second half, saving the Black Pearls from an acrimonious defeat and edging Mitra Kukar as the leader of the table for the eastern region with 13 points.

Persipura, who played in front of their supporters, fielded Boakay Eddie Foday up front with Lukas Mandowen and Ferry Pahabol in the formation of 4-4-3 in order to control the game.

Two minutes into the game, skipper Boaz Solossa, who played as a midfielder replacing Ian Kabes, blasted a shot from his left foot but the ball was tipped by PSM goalkeeper Markus Maulana.

‘Juku Eja ‘ or red fish, nick name for PSM Makassar, applied 4-4-1-1 formation to respond to the threat. In the 6th minute, M Rahman was able to get past Persipura defender Ruben Sanadi and without difficulty conquered Yoo Jae Hoon by directing the ball into the bottom left corner.

Persipura worked hard to equalize but PSM players were disciplined in their defense.

In the second half, Persipura kept pressuring PSM and on  the 46th minute , Eddie Foday Boakay’s right foot kick from outside the box hit the goalpost.

The equalizer came in the 47th minute when Feri Pahabol broke through the opponent’s defense, passed the ball to Paulin, who headed it home  from the right side of Mark Maulan’s goal.

In the 66th minute minute, Titus Bonay replaced Lukas Mandowen. In the 66th minute, M Rahmat who escaped from the guard Dominggus Fakdawer but his shot was blocked by Yoo Jae Hoon.

Feri Pahabol was pulled out in the 73rd minute and was replaced by Izack Wanggai. In the 77th minute, Tibo successfully headed Boaz’s crossing ball from the left side of the opponent ‘s defense but Markus foiled the header.

In the 80th minute , M. Rahmat was again able to escape from the guard of Persipura defenders , still his shot was foiled by Yoo Jae Hoon. Entering 81 minutes, Ricky Kayame replaced Boakay Edi Foday.

For PSM , the draw was in line with their expectation to steal one point.

Referee Najamudin Aspirants issued four yellow cards. Three were given to PSM players, Hendra Wijaya , Boman Bi Aimed and Markus Maulana and one for Persipura’s Ferry Pahabol. ( Jubi / Arjuna/ Tina)

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Taparu in Kamoro socioculture

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Kamoro women when sorting out sago caterpillars. – Jubi / Doc

Mimika, Jubi – Each clan in Kamoro has ‘taparu’ or a specific location as a place to find food sources when they encircle rivers and mangroves in the lowland estuary of Mimika District.

A Dutch anthropologist J Power states ‘taparu’ is a local terminology emphasizing the relations of land and its inhabitants. “There are also the names of surrounding neighborhoods taken from the ancestral names,” as written in a book “Taparu Fratri of Mimika-Kamoro ethnic groups in Hiripau Village, East Mimika District, Mimika Regency”, by Dessy Pola Usmany et al. from the Ministry Education and Culture Directorate General of Culture Papua Cultural Value Conservation Center, 2013.

‘Taparu’ itself is more related to groups who inhabit within this region or surrounding environment as Kamoro people always encircle the river and sago forest for catching fish or gathering food. Everyone knows their own ‘taparu’.

‘Taparu’ in Kamoro language means the land, while Sempan people call it ‘se iwake’. If someone wants to mark the land he passes in gathering food, he solely adds the prefix ‘we’ such as tumamero-we and efato-we in Omawka village.

Similarly, people in Nawaripi village also do the same. Their areas are including Tumukamiro-we, Viriao-we, and Iwiri-we. All of these names reflect the relationship between the land and inhabitants.

Meanwhile, like the majority of Kamoro people, Ojibwa people believe in the power of their late patrilineal clan that depicted in the symbols of animals. The anthropologists call these symbols with totems which mean a belief that embodies a symbolic representation of society.

Unfortunately, today taparu also face the severest challenges of sedimentation due to tailings of mining activity that cause the silting of river and discolouration of Mollusca habitat in the estuary of Mimika District. (*)

 

Reporter: Dominggus Mampioper

Editor: Pipit Maizier

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Jayapura indigenous school pays attention to children’s rights

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Children in the Indigenous School learn how to carve. – Jubi / Engel Wally

Sentani, Jubi – Director of Indigenous School of Jayapura District Origen Monim stated that he would pay attention to the rights of children studying at his school as it stands in an area declared as a child-friendly village.

“We have a guide about what indicator of a child-friendly village is, which was given by the Head of the Women Empowerment and Child Protection Office. So it would be our concern,” said Monim in Sentani on Tuesday (09/11/2018).

He further explained that the indigenous school runs their activities every day, from 14:00 to 16:30 Papua time, and a speedboat provided to pick up students to school.

“So far we operate independently. In the future, we would also try to provide snacks or additional food for children in Khandei class, namely for those aged 8-13 years,” he explained.

Meanwhile, the Head of Women Empowerment and Child Protection Office of Jayapura District, Maria Bano confirmed on the guide of the child-friendly village that already implemented in the Indigenous School of Jayapura District.

“Children from formal school continue their learning activities there, in the indigenous school, which encourage children playing and having fun with their friends. Because at their age, children need to observe their environment and people around them,” said Bano. (*)

 

Reporter: Engel Wally

Editor: Pipit Maizier

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KNPB supports Kanaky for self-determination

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KNPB and Gempar Papua activists at the Secretariat of Central KNPB. – Jubi / Hengky Yeimo

Jayapura, Jubi – Central West Papua National Committee (KNPB) held a limited discussion to support FKLNS (Organization of the Liberation Struggle of the Kanaky Tribe in New Caledonia) which has been well received by the Melanesian Spearhead Group (MSG) to conduct a referendum in November 2018.

The First Chairman of Central KNPB Agus Kosay said it’s time for Kanaky to get self-determination from French colonialism.

“Kanaky must declare their self-determination. If Kanaky gets their independence, it would be able to give their support to West Papua because we share the same situation, which lives under the colonialism,” he said on Wednesday (08/12/2018) in Jayapura.

Meanwhile a member of Gempar (Papuan Youth and Student Movement) Nelius Wenda said as a nation oppressed by Indonesia, West Papua fully supports the referendum agenda of New Caledonia.

“Kanaky must determine their destiny. It must be far better than being under the French colonialism. In the future we Papuans are just like Kanaky,” he said. (*)

 

Reporter: Hengky Yeimo

Editor: Pipit Maizier

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