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.
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.
Listen to Dr Lokuge discuss the limited quantitative evidence available with regard to response services for survivors of family and sexual violence and the importance of demonstrating that an FSV response program is reducing the risk of violence. She explains how Femili PNG invested in the development of a comprehensive quantitative monitoring system at the program design stage.
How many jobs require you to be a detective, small business adviser, cost-of-living analyst, security assessor, accommodation coordinator, travel consultant, government liaison and family relations intermediary? These are just some of the roles that Femili PNG’s caseworkers assume on a daily basis.
When talking about options for survivors of family and sexual violence, these are three words that often come up. But what do they mean and what is the difference between…