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.
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.
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.
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.
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
Femili PNG’s client data has been recently cited in a new report which analyses trends of sexual, family, and domestic violence rates in PNG.
Konnie Yoifa recently spoke with the Good Will Hunters podcast about the work that Femili PNG does and issues with addressing gender-based violence in the Pacific.
For those, especially women and children who have been experiencing family and sexual violence (FSV), is it safe for them to be in a ‘’lockdown’’ situation at home with their abuser?
Femili PNG is pleased to support a second phase of research into Family Protection Orders in PNG conducted by the Department of Pacific Affairs (DPA) at the Australian National University and supported by the Australian Government … Read more
On 8 August, Lindy Kanan, Senior Research Officer at the ANU Department of Pacific Affairs, and Mr Pious Tapil, Senior Provincial Magistrate Morobe Province, presented the results of a pilot study in Family Protection orders … Read more