Media

The Oil Search Foundation press room offers a single view of information, from the latest press releases and media coverage to statements, branding downloads and press fact sheets.

 

REBRANDING EVENT MEDIA KIT

Multimedia

Flickr photo gallery

"Oil Search Foundation Rebranding Event" media clip (MOV, 645 MB)

"Caring for Communities" (MP4, 358 MB)

"Caring for Communities" (Youtube)

"Oil Search responds to Papua New Guinea’s development priorities" (YouTube)

 

Press releases

2017

  • July 13, 2017Six interns have completed a training program to equip them with skills to counsel and help survivors of family and sexual violence throughout the country through a counselling telephone hotline service.The 1-Tok Kaunselin Helpim Lain – 7150 8000 – was launched in August 2015 and delivers a comprehensive counselling and referral service for […]

  • July 11, 2017Mothers from Karaulti in the Kikori district accessing the labor ward at Karaulti Sub Health Centre will now be able to give birth on a new comfortable and hygienic delivery bed following the donation by the Oil Search Foundation (OSF) recently.As part of its ongoing efforts to help reduce maternal mortality rates and […]

  • July 10, 2017Children and pregnant mothers of Hela, will now benefit from refrigerators for storing vital vaccines for life-threatening diseases like TB, pneumonia, whooping cough, diphtheria, measles, polio and tetanus.Oil Search Foundation, working with UNICEF and other partners, delivered 11 vaccine fridges to health facilities in a program that will boost immunisation for children under […]

  • July 10, 2017More than forty children at the Hela Provincial Hospital were, successfully reviewed and recommended for further treatment by a visiting specialist children’s heart doctor from Port Moresby recently.Paediatric Cardiologist Dr Cornelia Kilalang accepted the invitation to review children with suspected heart problems and other sicknesses earlier this month. Her trip was made possible […]

  • June 30, 2017A novel idea to set up a “cupboard” library in the Children’s Ward of the Hela Provincial Hospital has kicked off with the lending of books to children who are admitted there.The library is equipped with over 250 books for children. The books are varied from board/picture books for 3- 6 year old […]

 

Media coverage

2016

  • EMTV Online

    Papua New Guinea’s maternal health is a complex health challenge with the highest maternal mortality rate in the Pacific. With the challenging geographical setting of the country, accessibility to better health services has been, over the past years, a challenge for many lives especially those located in the remote parts. This contributes to the struggles many women face during pregnancy and at childbirth, and often, many lose their lives while searching for the needed service.

  • PNG Loop

    A health patrol facilitated by the Oil Search Foundation has made a significant difference in the lives of communities in the remote Foroba region of Kikori district in the Gulf Province.

  • Loop PNG

    A health patrol facilitated by the Oil Search Foundation has made a significant difference in the lives of communities in the remote Foroba region of Kikori district in the Gulf Province.

  • One PNG

    Marie Stopes PNG (MSPNG) and the Oil Search Foundation have signed a two-year partnership agreement aimed at improving maternal health outcomes by increasing availability and access to high quality family planning services.

  • The National

    The Southern Highlands Provincial Health Authority has signed an agreement with the Oil Search Foundation to strengthen the delivery of effective and accountable health services in the province.

Press and media contact

Joshua Kais

Public Relations Advisor

Oil Search Foundation

+675 76771652;

Joshua.Kais@oilsearch.com;

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