The Pacific Women Shaping Pacific Development Program has supported Femili PNG since 2014. We were proud to have our life changing work featured in their performance report.
Femili PNG had donated a desktop computer, printer, PPE and hand sanitisers to the Mendi Police Station to support their work. Chief Sgt Koaire thanked Femili PNG and acknowledged that this was much needed support. Other partners in Mendi were supported with hand sanitiser, face masks, food and other supplies.
Earlier this year, Femili PNG facilitated a five-day training from 25th to 29th January 2021 to 23 participants from the Couppe Meri Seif Haus and its partners in Kokopo, East New Britain Province. The first … Read more
Throughout 2020, Femili PNG has been coordinating its response to COVID-19 with partners in government, NGOs and the community. With the nation-wide state of emergency declaration in March, there was wide recognition that the outbreak … Read more
With the support of Digicel Foundation, Femili PNG expanded our community training program to community leaders, teachers, and police officers in Morobe Province from April this year. The training sessions supplemented our broad program of … Read more
In early July, Femili PNG and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) signed an agreement of PGK 275,000.00 to support survivors of family, sexual and gender-based violence to provide access to safe accommodation, medical assistance, … Read more
Through our partnership with the United Nations Development Programme and their COVID-19 Response funding support, Femili PNG was able to assist some of its partners with PPE to help them while operating during the COVID-19 … Read more
The core service providers meeting is an important quarterly activity that brings together family and sexual violence (FSV) service providers to discuss challenges and successes, and learn from each other to improve service delivery to … Read more
Read our report to Oxfam about our first three years of operations.
From 5 to 9 March 2018, in partnership with the Morobe FSVAC, we hosted a visit from Dr Judy Putt (ANU) and Mrs Eve Ball from the Domestic Violence Crisis Service in Canberra.