Femili PNG provides training and support to other organisations that support survivors of family and sexual violence (FSV).
Through this training and support, Femili PNG aims to empower its partners and stakeholders in the important work they are doing in helping survivors access informed care no matter where they are.
This helps these organisations with their important work, and helps survivors to access informed care, no matter where they are.
Femili PNG provides training on:
- Trauma-informed care
- Case management
- FSV sensitisation and related laws
Over the years, we have provided trainings to many service providers, organisations, churches, village court magistrates and leaders in the communities across Papua New Guinea.
We also provide support to partners to ensure that they have the resources to do their work. Since our establishment, we have assisted our partners by:
- Providing IT equipment, like computers and printers to service providers like the FSVU.
- Donating PPE equipment to organisations who work with survivors
- Contributing food and supplies to safe houses
Latest training and support news
KSHA works in partnership with Femili PNG in making peace visible
Femili PNG aims to have a national impact by working in partnerships with local civil society organizations (CSOs) in advocating for improved services and by educating men, women and children that FSV is not acceptable … Read more
Femili PNG continue training and outreach in Oro
Jonathan Esiko is a youth representative from Kebara village in Kokoda who participated in one of Femili PNG’s sensitization training programs on family and sexual violence (FSV). After participating in the three-day training conducted to … Read more
Femili PNG trains 46 in Enga and Southern Highlands Province
Femili PNG trained a total of 46 people in Enga and Southern Highlands Provinces through the EU–UN Spotlight Initiative. Through training we empower participants to advocate on the eradication of all forms of violence.
Case Management training for Goroka partners
In collaboration with the Eastern Highlands Provincial (EHP) Community Development office, Femili PNG held a four-day Case Management training program to support our partners in Goroka.