Press 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.

  • Post Courier

    The Southern Highlands Provincial Health Authority (SHPHA) signed an agreement with the Oil Search Foundation (OSF) this week to strengthen the delivery of effective and accountable health services in the Province.

  • The National

    Oil Search Foundation recently funded the participation and training of 15 health workers from Gulf, Southern Highlands and Hela in essential obstetric care in Moro.

  • Sunday Chronicle

    The Oil Search Foundation and PNG Business Coalition for Women (BCFW) signed an agreement yesterday that formalises the participation of Oil Search in a pilot project that responds to safety issues in the workplace affected by, or linked to, gender.

  • Loop PNG

    The Oil Search Foundation and PNG Business Coalition for Women (BCFW) signed an agreement on Tuesday that formalises the participation of Oil Search in a pilot project that responds to safety issues in the workplace affected by, or linked to, gender.

  • The National

    The Oil Search Foundation and PNG Business Coalition for Women (BCFW) signed an agreement yesterday that formalises the participation of Oil Search in a pilot project.

  • Loop PNG

    Infrastructure at the Hela Provincial Hospital has greatly improved with Oil Search’s continued support to build new hospital wards and undertake much needed maintenance to water, electricity and hospital sanitation.

  • The National

    The Oil Search staff-led tuberculosis (TB) food drive for the Kikori Hospital in Gulf has received overwhelming support. The donations included 190kg of rice, seven cartons of noodles, six boxes of biscuits, seven cartons of tinned food, five litres of cooking oil, and 70 packs of laundry detergent.

  • PNG Today

    The Oil Search Foundation (OSF) is taking a lead in the Public-Private Partnership Health Programs for providing and supporting health in the country as part of their primary and preventative health care programs. Just recently, it has conducted a HIV refresher training in Tari, Hela Province to boost in HIV management and treatment for health care workers from rural health facilities throughout the province through a help of a visiting medical doctor.

  • Loop PNG

    ​The country’s chief clinicians and medical support services experts from the National Department of Health (NDoH) have reviewed the Gulf provincial health and its 22 rural health facilities’ existing health systems. Thanks to the Oil Search Foundation, Papua New Guinea for sponsoring the phases one and two programs.

  • Post Courier

    The Hela Provincial Hospital has partnered with Oil Search to ensure more medical specialists are present in the province to deliver basic health services to the people.

  • The National

    The Hela Provincial Hospital is forming a partnership with Oil Search to ensure medical specialists continue to serve the people in the province.

  • The National

    The Oil Search Foundation and the people of Kikori in Gulf are working together to support local women’s groups with a business initiative to minimise the rapid spread of tuberculosis (TB) in the district.

  • The National

    The Oil Search Foundation and Buk bilong Pikinini announced the establishment of a new library and Early Childhood Development and Literacy program at Kuluanda Primary School at Kopari Catholic Mission in Tari, Hela Province.

  • The Post Courier

    Oil Search Foundation has entered into a formal partnership with Buk Bilong Pikinini to deliver Early Childhood Development and Literacy programmes in Hela and Gulf Provinces.

  • Loop PNG

    Over the past seven years the incidence of tuberculosis (TB) incident has doubled in Kikori, making it one of the District’s most significant health challenges. The Oil Search Foundation and the Kikori Community are working together to support local women’s groups with a business initiative that may help slow and even decrease the rapid spread of the disease.

  • PNG Today

    The Oil Search Foundation has entered into a formal partnership with Buk Bilong Pikinini to deliver Early Childhood Development and Literacy programmes in Hela and Gulf Provinces.

  • Loop PNG

    ​The Hela provincial Hospital is striving to be the best in the country within three years, says chairman of the board and Oil Search managing director Peter Botten.

  • Loop PNG

    The Hela Provincial Hospital farewelled Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), which has been delivering a wide range of medical services in the area since 2008. The Hela Provincial Hospital Board officially took over operation of the Hela Provincial Hospital today.

  • LOOP PNG

    The Oil Search Foundation (OSF) is taking a lead in the Public-Private Partnership Health Programs for providing and supporting health in the country as part of their primary and preventative health care programs.

  • Loop PNG

    When the Health Deputy Secretary visited Kikori in November 2015, he was confronted with a scene familiar from his many trips to Western Province: The majority of hospital beds were used by tuberculosis (TB) patients.

  • The National

    Oil Search Limited and the Oil Search Foundation have signed two Public-Private Partnership (PPP) agreements which will support the Government’s delivery of life-saving services in Hela.

  • Loop PNG

    Oil Search and the Oil Search Foundation have signed two Public-Private Partnership (PPP) agreements which will support the Government’s delivery of life-saving services in Hela Province.

  • PNG Today

    Lady Winifred Kamit addressed employees at Oil Search’s Port Moresby office at a morning tea held to mark International Women’s Day this week.

  • The National

    The Hela Provincial Hospital is working to ensure its structure, staffing and operations continue to provide much-needed healthcare to the community when Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF), departs on March 31.

  • The National

    An advocate of gender equality has called for the need to focus on solution- driven approaches to end violence against women in the country. At last week's PNG Women's Forum, Oil Search Foundation (OSF) board director Stephanie Corpus Campbell said violence continued to remain a problem in the community.

  • Loop PNG

    The film Senisim Pasin is a powerful and urgent call to action that shines a light on family and sexual violence in Papua New Guinea and explores solutions that each and every one of us can help drive. Oil Search will partner with the Tribal Foundation to screen their newly-produced film for Oil Search employees and the communities where they live and work.

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