FemiliPNG Australia is grateful to those organistions who continue to support our work, through funding and in-kind donations.
FPNGA acknowledges the support of the Australian Government through the Australian NGO Cooperation Program (ANCP). We are a valued partner of the Australian Government, receiving flexible funding under ANCP each year to implement development and poverty alleviation programs overseas.
Newcrest Sustainability Fund
In 2023 FemiliPNG Australia and the Newcrest Sustainability Fund partnered in delivering the Strongim Femili PNG Program. Support from the Newcrest Sustainability Fund will provide leadership and management training to Femili PNG supervisors; an intensive workshop and one-on-one coaching to their senior management team; and clinical training and tailored coaching to Femili PNG caseworkers.
Mundango Abroad, a private ancillary fund, is a long-time supporter of Femili PNG and FemiliPNG Australia. They have generously contributed, over many years, to Femili PNG’s strategic priorities and long-term sustainability, including to the Goroka Outpost.
The Development Policy Centre
The Development Policy Centre, Crawford School of Public Policy, at the Australian National University is a long-term supporter of FemiliPNG Australia. The Development Policy Centre provides free office space and administrative resources; allowing us to focus more of our time and resources on our mission!
In 2022, FemiliPNG Australia partnered with Niugini Arabica to roast and sell coffee beans to raise funds for our work. As the Best Specialty Coffee Roaster in the ACT (awarded in 2022), Niugini Arabica are experts at roasting Papua New Guinean coffee beans and know exactly how to bring out their unique and delicious flavours.
World Bank Community Connections Campaign
In 2023, FemiliPNG Australia partnered with the World Bank Group to take part in their Community Connections Campaign (CCC). As part of the CCC, the World Bank matched donations made by its staff to FemiliPNG Australia during November and December. We are extremely grateful for the support provided by the World Bank and its staff. Their donations are helping survivors of family and sexual violence in PNG to access the life-saving and life-changing services they need.