ABOUT US

DONORS & PARTNERS

 
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Oil Search Limited

Oil Search Limited is the founder and principal donor to the Oil Search Foundation. In 2016 Oil Search announced a five year donation of US$56 million (PGK185 million) to the Foundation. 

Principle Donor

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FEMILIPNG

Femili PNG is a local NGO based in Lae and Port Moresby that runs Case Management Centres (CMC) to assist survivors of family and sexual violence to access the services they need. Our target population is women, men or children who are survivors of intimate partner violence, sexual violence and/or child abuse.

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Centers For Disease Control and Prevention

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), operating with funds from the US President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR), increased its co‑funding commitment for the implementation of the Integrated Bio-Behavioural Survey (IBBS) to US$796,251. 

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MARIE STOPES INTERNATIONAL

Marie Stopes International is an international non-governmental organisation providing contraception and safe abortion services in 37 countries around the world. Marie Stopes International as an organisation lobbies in favour of access to abortion, and provides a variety of sexual and reproductive healthcare services including advice, vasectomies, and abortions in the UK and other countries where it is legal to do so.

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The Global Fund To Fight Aids, Tuberculosis and Malaria

The Oil Search Foundation is the Principal Recipient of the US$14.2 million HIV grant from the Global Fund to PNG. The grant commenced on 1 July 2015 and will continue to the end of 2017.

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HELA PROVINCIAL HEALTH AUTHRORITY

The Hela Provincial Health Authority (HPHA), working with all partners, strives to deliver quality and affordable health services to the people of Hela

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The Australian Government

The Australian Government continued to support the Reproductive Health Training Unit in 2016 through its AU$4.9 million grant that commenced in September 2012. The Australian Government committed AU$1.6 million as co‑funding for the implementation of the Integrated Bio-Behavioural Survey (IBBS).

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BEL ISI PNG

BEL isi PNG offers case management and safe house services to employees affected by Family Sexual Violence. Bel isi PNG directely addresses the escalationg cost and impact of FSV on companies.

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