Three and five year olds of Kikori stand to benefit from a literacy library that will prepare them for entry into the formal education system following the signing of an agreement between Oil Search Foundation (OSF) and the United Church in Port Moresby today.
Close to 2,000 health workers around the country have enhanced their skills in the area of reproductive health thanks to a unique health training program forged between three partners over a 5-year period.
The Oil Search Foundation (OSF) recently partnered with Voluntary Service Overseas (VSO) to deliver HIV and gender-based violence sensitisation training in Lae recently, as part of their joint initiative to ensure uptake of HIV services in Morobe and Madang.
More than 300,000 people in Hela Province will have improved access to quality health care as a result of a K10 million Incentive Fund grant to fund the redevelopment of the Hela Provincial Hospital in Tari. The Incentive Fund is a jointly managed program delivered through the Papua New Guinea-Australia Partnership.
More than 20 health workers will undergo specific TB training in October as part of continuing efforts by Oil Search Foundation (OSF) and its partners to reduce the spread of the disease in Hela Province.
In a move to free up more money to fund essential HIV and TB services for the 2018-2020 funding cycle, in-country principle recipients (PRs) implementing for the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (which includes the Oil Search Foundation (OSF), will undergo consolidation starting from 2018.