Preliminary Evaluation of Femili PNG’s Goroka case management outpost: February 2021 – January 2022
Bel isi PNG progress since opening
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
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
Local Church Opens Safe House for FSV survivors
Story by Jonica Jay The Morobe Adventist Care Centre is a local community initiative that serve as a safe haven for survivors of violence seeking refuge. The safe house was officially opened on 5th June … Read more
Femili PNG’s Patron launches coffee with a cause
Femili PNG’s Patron and Papua New Guinea’s High Commissioner to Australia, Mr John Kali, is proud to announce the launch of Femili PNG coffee in Australia. In purchasing Femili PNG coffee, you are not only supporting women coffee growers, but also providing much-needed assistance to survivors of family and sexual violence.
UN Women Country Representative visits Femili PNG Goroka Outpost
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.
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.
Femili PNG team meets Ukuni Women in Coffee
Femili PNG, through its sister organisation, Friends of Femili PNG (FFPNG), has partnered with local PNG women coffee growers to raise funds for Femili PNG. FFPNG will purchase coffee from the Ukuni womens association and sell it in Australia, empowering the coffee growers and helping to fund the mission of Femili PNG.
Photo gallery: #RunForFemiliPNG at the Canberra Times Marathon Festival
See photos from Femili PNG at the 2022 Canberra Times Marathon Festival.