Join us on November 14 for a screening of the incredible film, Power Meri. Power Meri follows Papua New Guinea’s first national women’s rugby league team, the PNG Orchids, on…
We are looking for organised, motivated people who are committed to improving services for survivors of family and sexual violence in Papua New Guinea. Three positions are now available with…
Nine Papua New Guinean and Australian women are trekking the Kokoda track in September and October 2018 in an effort to raise funds for Femili PNG.
‘Man gets 27 years for incest’ was the headline in the Post Courier after a 47-year-old man was sentenced to 27 years imprisonment after he pleaded guilty to 2 counts of incest.
Members of the Papua New Guinean community in Canberra 'R&M Fundraising' held a dinner dance on Saturday 25 August 2018 to raise funds to support the work of Femili PNG.
The Zonta Club of Canberra held its annual Trivia Night fundraiser in support of Femili PNG on Friday 13 July 2018.
In May 2018 Femili PNG joined the Pacific Women’s Network Against Violence Against Women.
Femili PNG is now selling bilums made by our clients and other PNG women in Australia. A bilum is a traditional Papua New Guinean bag, handmade using a unique weaving technique.
By Jonica Jay On 29th March 2018, the Goroka National Court sentenced a 35 year-old man to 23 years imprisonment with hard labor for Kidnapping and Sexual Abuse of a…
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.
A report covering our first two year of data is now available. The report highlights the urgent need for levels of violence in PNG to be addressed.
Femili PNG has conducted its first client satisfaction survey. The survey, conducted in 2016-17 of 39 randomly-selected clients, found that most clients receive three or four services from Femili PNG.