Our simple idea is to provide the very basic general health & self help information for mothers on a calender with healthy local recipes, feel good & encouraging messages using pictures of local women in their every day life making sago, fishing & gardening,chatting, dancing etc. We hope to do this for as many villages in as many provinces in PNG. Many Villages in Papua New Guinea where 80% of the population live have little or no access to information that may be of help to them, the vast information we have at our fingertips have so much use to those that need it most and what we hope to achieve is by giving a little of the selected information to local people to use in their rural environments where they have no access to information on health, the aid posts or health centers and If there are any aid posts they are under resourced & understaffed and offer little more than the very basic and any village is lucky if there is a aid post still running. Information such as observing the different stages of diarrhea so that children & old are taken to the main hospital before they get dehydrated. Do’s & Don’ts; very basic information to wash hands after using the toilets, cover food, do not throw plastic bags or bottles in the sea and the reasons why, to keep water sources free from pollutants to knowing if you are pregnant as so many have unprotected sex at young age, if you think you have TB or know anyone to get treatment as women with TB will often infect their kids & those they care for and to give information that women have rights to laws that protect them and encourage them to go forward in cases of domestic abuse by informing them of the groups and details of help groups that can assist them file a police report etc. We hope to give as much information, a list of possible women & general health information will be made available however the decisions on what will be included will be on the different village groups as they know what is really needed in their own environments. All women in the Village will be entitled to a free calendar however it will be on sale for those who can afford it. We will in the initial project start up ask do a questionnaire of some basic health issues and with the same group follow up on the questionnaire on the same group after the calendar is distributed to see for changes. We will get health information from the health department in PNG and also use information that is available on the different available media. We hope we can translate to Moutu & Pidgin for those who cannot read English. Information sometimes is the only help & hope for rural women.