The 2020-21 Annual and Audit Reports for Femili PNG and Friends of Femili PNG are now online. You can read and download copies of the reports here.
Hear Dr Judy Putt, CEO Daisy Plana and Operations Director Denga Ilave discuss the Femili PNG Lae’s six year evaluation – it’s methodology, findings and Femili PNG’s response.
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
The Sorcery Accusation-related Violence (SARV) in PNG Conference – the Harm and the Healing was held in June 2021. Following the conference, the organisers wrote a submission to PNG’s Special Parliamentary Committee on Gender Based Violence.
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 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.
She spoke passionately of the challenges facing survivors of gender based violence and of the need for justice to be applied equally to all perpetrators, regardless of profile or status.
A first-of-its-kind study led by The Australian National University has found that family protection orders are helping to stop violence in Papua New Guinea.
Femili PNG and Friends of Femili PNG’s Annual and Audit Reports have been finalised and are available to read online. You can read the reports here.
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