Kia Motors invites Haus Ruth to FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup

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Monica from Haus Ruth, receiving tickets from Kia Motors distributor’s representative in Papua New Guinea, Adam Le Fevre.
Monica from Haus Ruth, receiving tickets from Kia Motors distributor’s representative in Papua New Guinea, Adam Le Fevre.
Monica from Haus Ruth, receiving tickets from Kia Motors distributor’s representative in Papua New Guinea, Adam Le Fevre.

Kia Motors in Papua New Guinea has proudly donated FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup tickets to Haus Ruth.

Haus Ruth, run by City Mission in Port Moresby, offers a safe place and counseling for women and children survivors of domestic violence.

FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup is currently in full swing, but not just on the field.  Off the field, awareness is being undertaken via their legacy programme with the #ENDviolence campaign focusing on changing perceptions towards women and violence in pacific nations.

The campaign aims are to develop respect, understanding and tolerance among girls and boys, women and men, and the community as a whole, with the overall goal of reducing risk factors associated with gender-based violence in the Pacific.

Mr. Le Fevre said, “We are grateful with the opportunity to support this meaningful campaign of FIFA, by donating tickets to Haus Ruth”.

Monica from Haus Ruth, receiving tickets from Kia Motors distributor’s representative in Papua New Guinea, Adam Le Fevre.

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