Femili PNG, a local PNG NGO established in Lae since 2014 has been providing case management services to survivors of family and sexual violence (FSV). Femili PNG works closely with service providers like the police, … Read more
Themba Kalua, UN Women Country Representative, visited Femili PNG’s Case Management Outpost with his team. Mr Kalua was grateful for the visit. He expressed how much UN Women valued its partnership with Femili PNG and promised to continue to explore where they can support.
With the support of the EU-UN Spotlight Initiative, Femili PNG has opened a case management outpost in Goroka in February 2021. The outpost will provide case management services to survivors of intimate partner violence, child … Read more
Femili PNG undertook an external evaluation of it’s operations. The results are positive, demonstrating the impact of our work and providing guidance for our future endeavours.
The Pixel Project recently interviewed Femili PNG’s Port Moresby Operations Director, Konnie Yoifa, about her work with survivors of FSV. The Pixel Project is a virtual, volunteer-led NFP that aims to raise awareness, funds, and … Read more
Since 2016, Femili PNG has interviewed clients from our first Case Management Centre (CMC) in Lae about their satisfaction with our services. This is focused on our case management as well as the service providers … Read more
The report commends Femili PNG for the quality of its casework services, saying that “Many stakeholders referred to Femili PNG as ‘best practice’ because it has developed protocols and strategies for improving coordination among services.”
July is a special month for us. This year we celebrate five years of operating our first Case Management Centre (CMC) in Lae. It has truly been a journey for Femili PNG. In these five … Read more
Femili PNG has been noted in a recent Australian Government report as ‘best practice’ in its case management procedures and coordination of resources for survivors of family and sexual violence (FSV). The report, written by … Read more
Late last year, Friends of Femili PNG became a proud member of the Australian Council for International Development (ACFID). Applying for membership involved being assessed against the ACFID Code of Conduct and this process assisted … Read more