Supporters

The Australian aid program provides core funding to Femili PNG (as announced by Foreign Minister Julie Bishop in February 2014). The funding is part of the Pacific Women Shaping Pacific Development program.

 

Newcrest is providing us with K200,000 to renovate our new office!newcrest

 

 

Mundango signaturesMundango Abroad is a philanthropic fund focusing its support on PNG. In 2015, and again in 2016, the foundation provided us with a generous $40,000 AU grant.

 

 

The Harold Mitchell Foundation funds programs in health, education and the arts that make a difference in Australia and our region. It supported Femili PNG through a direct grant of $10,000 in 2015, and again in 2016.

 

 

Trukai Industries Ltd is Papua New Guinea’s leading supplier of rice products, with its head office and processing base located in Lae. Trukai donates 60 kilograms of rice each month to support Femili PNG clients in safe houses, and also supported our 2017 fundraising dinner in Lae with guest speaker Rosie Batty with a K20,000 donation. Read about our MOU with Trukai here.

 

Zenag Chicken is a 100% PNG owned poultry company. Zenag kindly donates a box of 108 fresh eggs every two weeks for our clients staying in local safe houses—a huge help, as many clients have no way of supporting themselves or purchasing essentials while living in emergency accommodation.

 

 

Colgate Palmolive regularly supports our staff family days and outreach events, and donates toiletries for our clients who are staying in emergency accommodation.

 

Cardno is a global firm dedicated to the social, economic and physical development of communities. Cardno supported our 2017 fundraising dinner in Port Moresby with guest speaker Rosie Batty with a K20,000 donation.

 

Steamships Trading Company is a leading company in shipping, transport, property, manufacturing and hotels in PNG. Steamships provided Femili PNG with a K20,000 donation in 2017 which faciliated Rosie Batty’s visit to PNG.

 

The Australian Government Solicitor provides us with pro bono legal advice.

 

A number of individuals provide pro bono assistance to Femili PNG. Read about them here and here. Thank you all!

Partners

oxfamlogoOxfam is the implementing partner for Femili PNG’s case management centre in Lae, providing technical and financial management support. We are a proud participant in Oxfam PNG’s Gender Justice program. From 2014 to 2017 Oxfam Australia transferred project funds to us from the Australian aid program. Oxfam also provides us with funding to purchase business start-up kits for clients who are being relocated to live in a safer location.

 

OSF_Logo_horizontal_1000x307We are partnering with the Oil Search Foundation to strengthen the family and sexual violence response system in Hela Province, working in collaboration with the Hela Provincial Health Authority. Read more here an here.

 

The PNG Business Coalition for Women (BCFW) and Femili PNG have an official partnership to make the support services offered by Femili PNG accessible to more working women and men in Lae, in particular those employed by BCFW member companies, and to increase the reach and scope of services offered by Femili PNG to anyone in the Lae community who is impacted by family and sexual violence. BCFW and Femili PNG worked together to put on our 2017 fundraising dinner in Port Moresby during Rosie Batty’s visit.

 

The Development Policy Centre and the National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health at The Australian National University provide pro-bono institutional support for the case management centre, including support with monitoring and evaluation and related research.

Lae operational partners. We have entered formal partnerships with the Lae District Court, the Division of Community Development in the Morobe Provincial Government, the Lae Provincial Police and the Salvation Army Safe House. You can read more about our Lae partnerships here, here and here.

 

If you or your organisation would like to support Femili PNG’s work, contact info@femilipng.org or donate online.