Anglicare is a National HIV/AIDS/STI NGO that has establishments in Popondetta, Morobe, Mt. Hagen and Wabag and nearby provinces like Central and Gulf.
The Address is:
Waigani, Kouka Way,
Dr. Joyce Sauk Medical Officer || 325 1855 / 7105 2925 || email@example.com
Heni Meke National Director || 325 1855 || 7190 6200 || firstname.lastname@example.org
The women’s ministry is responsible for issues affecting women such as HIV/Aids, general health awareness of women, marriage, and counselling. Their activities involve guest speakers and get-to-gathers.
Raquel Painap Member || 7325 2243 || 7687 3876 || email@example.com
Eda Hanua Foundation is a community based group that runs short trainings for women in the community. EHF’s main focus is on HIV/Aids awareness, combating gender-based violence and other social problems
Arith Pukuari President || 7182 3951
Margatry Loko Member || 7026 2783
Anna H. Miro Member || 7224 6267
Established in 2000, the Consultative Implementation and Monitoring Council’s Family and Sexual Violence Action Committee (CIMC-FSVAC) is a peak national body that looks at ways to address the specific problems of family and sexual violence in PNG.
Ume Wainetti National Program Coordinator || 321 1714 || firstname.lastname@example.org
Enid Barlong Kantha Deputy National Program Coordinator || 321 1714 || email@example.com
Isi Oru FSC Coordinator || 321 1714 || firstname.lastname@example.org
Yesieli Nohou Communications Officer || 321 1397 || Yesieli.Nohou@cimcpng.org
Joshua Kiruhia Communications Officer || 321 1714 || email@example.com
Oxfam has worked in Papua New Guinea for nearly 20 years, operating in the Highlands, Bougainville, Port Moresby and Sepik regions.
Oxfam focuses on three key areas of work, working directly through local partner organizations:
Economic Development – Natural resource management, food justice and livelihoods. Oxfam is strengthening the ability of women and men to make the most Papua New Guinea’s rich natural resources in a sustainable way. We are improving people’s livelihoods by working with our partner organizations to help communities achieve the right to live free from poverty, with a sustainable income and secure food supply. Our partners have particular strengths in developing sustainable incomes through livestock and horticulture programmes.
Water, Sanitation and Hygiene. Oxfam is improving the health of rural communities by improving access to safe water supplies, sanitation facilities and improved hygiene practices. See how safe water transforms communities.
Elimination of violence against women. Oxfam is working to reduce violence against women through community outreach work including peer support services, and ensuring that there is increased access to quality crisis support centers. These services are for survivors, perpetrators, as well as men and boys. Oxfam is also the only INGO in PNG specifically working against sorcery related violence and the Oxfam supported Case Management Centre in Lae is the first of its kind to provide women affected by sexual and family violence with the counseling, support and intervention they need to obtain protection and justice.
Our work includes disaster risk reduction and our central commitments focus on active citizenship and gender justice.
Volunteers are the backbone of the Red Cross. We rely on the amazing and genuine support from these committed and dedicated people to carry out the essential work of building resilient and preparing communities and saving lives in disasters, emergencies and conflicts in their local communities, with no desire of financial gain.
To volunteer you should enquire at your local Red Cross Branch or contact us on :
Ph: (675) 325 8579/ 7016
Fax: (675) 325 9714
or write to us at:
PNG Red Cross Society
P.O Box 6545
Boroko, NCD, 111
Located at 2nd Level IPA Haus
Corner of Lawes and Munidubu Roads, Konedobu
P.O. Box 591,
National Capital District,
Papua New Guinea
Phone: (675) 320 2188/82
Fax: (675) 320 2189
Office Mobile: (675) 7192 4250
email enquires can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
UNDP is the UN’s global development network, advocating for change and connecting countries to knowledge, experience and resources to help to assist countries contribute to the development of the country and help improve their people’s livelihood. We are on the ground in 166 countries, working with them on their own solutions to global and national development challenges.
World leaders have pledged to achieve the Millennium Development Goals , including the overarching goal of cutting poverty in half by 2015. UNDP’s network links and coordinates global and national efforts to reach these Goals. Our focus is helping countries build and share solutions to the challenges of: Achieving the MDGs and Reducing Poverty, fostering Democratic Governance, Crisis Prevention and Recovery, Energy and Environment for Sustainable Development , and responding to HIV/AIDS. These major focus areas have been further defined through specific Service Lines, which serve as a strategic interventions, upon which all of UNDP’s efforts are concentrated.
UNDP helps developing countries in strengthening their capacity to deliver goods and services, attract and use aid effectively in a transparent and accountable manner. In all our activities, we promote the protection of human rights and the empowerment of women.