The Oil Search Foundation in partnership with the Catholic Diocese, the Hela Provincial government and the NGO, Buk bilong Pikinini opened a new library today in Tari, Hela Province that will drive early childhood development through literacy.
Oil Search announced yesterday an expanded mandate and long-term funding commitment for the Oil Search Foundation at a major event in Port Moresby. The Foundation will receive K185 million (USD56.2m) over five years (2016-2020) from Oil Search to deliver development programmes in the areas of Health, Leadership and Education, and Women’s Protection and Empowerment.
Today the Oil Search Foundation released “Building on Success”, its first Annual Report. The 2015 Annual Report provides a detailed overview of how the Oil Search Foundation is helping Papua New Guinea take the steps it needs to build a prosperous, stable and secure future.
The Hela Provincial Hospital is pleased to announce its partnership with Oil Search to ensure much needed medical specialists continue to deliver much-needed health services to the people of Hela. The Tari-based team, which includes a surgeon, anaesthetist, obstetrician, a theatre nurse and an experienced project coordinator have been sourced from International Voluntary Services Overseas (VSO), an international organisation that for nearly 60 years have placed volunteers in areas that need specific skills.
The Oil Search Health Foundation is featured in Oil Search’s 2012 Sustainability Report with an overview of its structure, programs and achievements, and the 2012 Transparency Data Book paints a financial picture and details the Foundation’s key performance indicators.
The Malaria Programme of the Oil Search Health Foundation has entered several photos into a contest ran by Swiss Malaria Group called “Malaria: The BIG Picture”. Vote for our malaria control photos of our programs in Papua New Guinea.
The Oil Search Health Foundation was formally launched by Papua New Guinea Prime Minister Hon Peter O’Neill on March 28th. Mr O’Neill was accompanied to the launch by PNG Health Minister Jamie Maxtone Graham. The launch was witnessed by more than 100 people, representing the diplomatic community, partners of the Oil Search Health Foundation and […]