Femili PNG will be entering a team in the Canberra Times’ Australian Running Festival on 13 - 14 April, 2019. Get involved and get your running shoes on!
Sheila is a single mother from the highlands of Papua New Guinea. Her husband had left her to remarry another woman. With support from Femili PNG, she can now sustain herself and her children.
A new report from Femili PNG and the Australian National University shows that the issuing of protection orders by the Lae District Court is becoming more efficient.
Read our report to Oxfam about our first three years of operations.
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.
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…