Knowing that women are the heart and soul of the family and the community, Na Wokabaut prioritizes the health and well-being of women and children. We know that if women can read and write, the country will develop more rapidly and they will help their children (future citizens) read and write. The George and Violet Olson Estate ( Aarlie Hull's parents) and USA citizen Mrs. Virginia Lintott were early contributors who generously gave money to establish the women's literacy center and encouraged/solidified our dream to educate rural PNG women. Currently we are partnering with Caribou Coffee on a women's literacy course of study. Margie and Pat Duckworth, successful business people in Mt. Hagen, have contributed toward our literacy project and Portland Roasting Coffee helped usbuild classrooms for the children at the Kinjibi Tribal School.