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The Vessel Day Scheme, another great step forward by the PNA, has been completely voided by fishing vessels who simply turn off their GPS's and continue fishing without being recorded.Elsewhere the purse seiners get away with shrinking the size of their netting so they end up vacuuming up all kinds of bycatch.Bertha, a bright energetic and seemingly kindly woman in her 40s, is matter-of-fact about her role, and equally comfortable negotiating prices for girls with customers as she is dispensing condoms and 'safe sex' advice to her young stable of teenagers A USAID 2010 survey on this sector of the PNG community revealed that although many hide their sex work from their families and the community, more than a third reported being shunned by their loved ones, and the same proportion were denied medical treatment when a nurse or doctor learned what they did for a living.The same survey showed almost 80 per cent of sex workers had been sexually abused in the previous year, 70 per cent had been raped in the few months leading up to the survey and about half had been raped multiple times in that period.
Despite the ever-present threat of HIV/AIDS, with the most recent reports suggest rates are increasing at almost 30% a year in parts of PNG, grinning potential customers wait to take the young sex workers to a private room 'If a girl goes skin-on-skin she is not thinking about her life,' says Bertha.As he and his co-producer Roman Kalyakin got to know the gay and transgender people of Hanuabada, he learned that it was a safe space where people live openly, without fear of retaliation from locals."You can see many of them walking in the streets in Hanuabada and they, transgender people, they don't hide, they can wear women's clothes there," he said."Kids still chase them and call them names but at least they don't experience physical violence in the village which is quite common in Port Moresby."I heard about many cases where gay and transgender people were raped or were beaten and sometimes it was even by the police, so they feel safe in Hanuabada." About 30 gay men, or 'Gelegele' in the local tongue, permanently live in the village, while others drift in and out.In Papua New Guinea, the Gelegele tend to take traditionally female roles in society.The PNA has been a singularly important conservation and mediation instrument for the countries who really jointly own the last free range tune in the South Pacific (indeed the world).But the NFA has often borrowed PNA credibility to justify actions and investments that seem contrary to PNA objectives.