In Issue 3 of Femili TOK, a newsletter produced by Femili PNG, read about the change that is possible for women such as Sheila when given assistance by Femili PNG to address family and sexual violence and to navigate court processes, the outreach with and training provided to companies and church communities by Femili PNG staff, and the expansion to the new Case Management Centre in Port Moresby through the Bel isi PNG initiative.
Read these and more on Femili PNG’s work in Papua New Guinea to support survivors of family and sexual violence.
Femili PNG is a local NGO that operates Case Management Centres in Lae and Port Moresby to assist survivors of family and sexual violence to access the services they need. They work with women, men and children who are survivors of intimate partner violence, sexual violence and/or child abuse. They work closely with partners, such as the police, courts, welfare, Family Support Centres and other health services, safe houses, the Government and other NGOs to ensure that survivors access the available services and positive outcomes are achieved.
Femili PNG is supported by the Australian Government in partnership with the Government of Papua New Guinea as part of Pacific Women.
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- Publisher: Femili PNG
- Issue and Volume: Issue 2, Volume 2