Special Autonomy in Papua has showered the local government with an abundant budget. In this era, more Papuans become involved in government and society affairs. At the same time, corruption practices are blooming and more open. Budget for people’s welfare, such as education, health, and economic supporty does not improve the quality of life for Papuans. These practices, instead, are involved in the impoverishment of Papuans.
This project is an effort to record and archive elderly Papuans who work with sincerity; not practicing corruption is part of working with sincerity. This project plans to show that corruption and the tendency to deceive is not part of the Papuan culture and tradition in the past.