Water for Oksibil, Papua
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Notes from wikipedia
There are few roads in Oksibil that provides means of travel locally. A long road connects to nearby Arimkop and ends to the southeast at a river. The primary means of transportation to and from Oksibil is by air.
Oksibil has a very wet Tropical rainforest climate (Af). Average annual temperature is 20.6 °C and its rainfall is 5385 mm.
History of West Papua
Located on the western half of the island of New Guinea and long racked by a simmering violent separatist insurgency, Papua encompasses Indonesia’s two easternmost provinces.
A former Dutch colony, West Papua was formally incorporated into Indonesia in 1969, after an undisputed vote of about 1,025 representative tribal leaders. The result of the plebiscite was overseen and endorsed by the United Nations.
Since the democratization in 1998, especially since 2007, democracy by mean of elections has been introduced to increase political participation in the two provinces. The fact that the leaders of Papua and West Papua provinces are democratically elected by the people has strengthened the legality of the region as a province of Indonesia.