Mundango Abroad is a private ancillary fund that provides philanthropic support to Australian organisations working overseas. One of Mundango Abroad’s focus areas is projects that make a difference to the lives of women and girls in Papua New Guinea (PNG).

Femili PNG Operations Manager Denga Ilave (left) met with Annabel Dulhunty, Chair of Mundango Abroad, during her visit to Australia in May 2016
Femili PNG Operations Manager Denga Ilave (left) met with Annabel Dulhunty, Chair of Mundango Abroad, during her visit to Australia in May 2016

Femili PNG is fortunate to be the recipient of two grants totalling AUD 80,000 from Mundango Abroad over the past two years.

Annabel Dulhunty, Mundango Abroad’s Chair, says:
We like to support organisations that are trying new ways to address entrenched problems and who work in meaningful partnerships on the ground in PNG. We have been impressed by Femili PNG’s results and their ability to work in partnership with other family and sexual violence service providers in Lae.  

Mundango Abroad prioritises organisations that employ and engage local people to meet their own community’s challenges. We are pleased to see Femili PNG’s team of Papua New Guinean case workers dedicated to helping Papua New Guinean women and children to access the services they need when facing family violence.

Femili PNG is extremely grateful for the support of Mundango Abroad which will go a long way in helping us to break cycles of violence and achieve lasting outcomes for our clients.

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