ChildFund began working in PNG in 1994, working in partnership with remote, rural communities to improve access to basic services.
One of Australia’s closest neighbours, Papua New Guinea has some of the worst human development indicators in the world, with high rates of malnutrition among children, and child mortality usually attributable to preventable disease. A shortage of doctors, healthcare workers and health clinics means few communities have access to proper healthcare. Gender-based violence is also endemic, and social support services in short supply.
Here is the annual report from 2017/2018