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.
20 Canberrans have signed up to run for Femili PNG during the Australian Running Festival in Canberra on 14-15 April 2018. Please support their efforts by making a donation.
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 minor (7 years…
Femili PNG is again entering a team in the Canberra Times’ Australian Running Festival on 14 – 15 April 2018. Please join us in our fundraising efforts to support survivors of family and sexual violence in Papua New Guinea.
We’re going to trek the iconic Kokoda Track, will you join us?
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.
The Morobe Family and Sexual Violence Action Committee (FSVAC) appointed its new Committee members during its stakeholders meeting on 30th August 2017 in Lae.
Femili PNG was chosen as one of the charity organisations to be supported by the Sir Brian Bell Foundation ‘Christmas wishing tree’ program.
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.