At the Pacific Women Annual Learning Workshop held in Port Moresby on 2-4 May 2017, Femili PNG and their partners presented the results of their first two years of work.

The presentation “Client characteristics and service provision in the initial two years of program” was authored by Dr Kamalini Lokuge of the Australian National University who has been overseeing the Femili PNG monitoring and evaluation.

The presentation covers client numbers, characteristics and outcomes both for Femili PNG and a number of its key partners during the period of July 2014 to June 2016.

The presentation was made by Femili PNG’s Case Work Manager Evan Bieso as well as four of Femili PNG’s key Lae partners:

  • Emily Boski, Chief Protection Officer, Provincial Welfare Coordinator
  • Wendy Tame, City Mission, Safe House Manager
  • Pauline Wafia, Interim Protection Order District Court Clerk
  • Police Inspector Hove Genderiso, Police Prosecution Unit

Click here to download the pdf version of the presentation.

Femili PNG’s Case Work Manager Evan Bieso presenting at the Pacific Women Annual Learning Workshop in May 2017
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