Support us

Femili PNG relies on the support of donors and partners to continue our work.


Your support of Femili PNG enables us to continue to operate our case management centres and support survivors of family and sexual violence.

You can support us in many ways:

How your support makes a difference

Your support can and will make a difference.

Donations enable us to spend funds where they are most needed. Just $68 can provide an outreach session to 30 people on family and sexual violence.

$142 can support a survivor with food and safe emergency accommodation for a night.

The most vital service we provide is case management. Through this process, we empower survivors to identify their needs and help them achieve their goals. A donation of $295 can sponsor case management services for a high risk client.

Don’t just take it from us:

Every client supported by Femili PNG extends their heartfelt thank you. Many times this is said with tears in their eyes, and this shows how much the survivors appreciate the services made possible through the funds received. This money directly benefits a lot of lives and will continue to reach out to more souls who have experienced much suffering.

Denga, our Lae Operations Director

As a Papua New Guinean woman who has grown up exposed to the effects of domestic violence and its devastating consequences, I am very proud of my involvement with Femili PNG. I firmly believe that the work we do at Femili PNG is filling a great need in our society.

Many women lack the support of their families when they are fleeing from the trauma of a violent relationship. We provide care and tangible support to these women when they are most vulnerable. Our model has the potential to assist countless other women in Papua New Guinea.

Serena Sumanop, Former Femili PNG Board Member and Executive Director of The Voice Inc

Femili PNG’s Case Management Centre is an incredibly important centre in terms of providing support to women who have been affected by domestic violence in PNG

Ewen McDonald, Deputy Secretary, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade