We endeavour to develop partnerships with charitable organisations and corporate bodies who share our interest in supporting the needs of communities in Papua New Guinea (PNG).
We are working with Kits2Kids to collect new and used sportswear and equipment, especially rugby kits, for donation to schools or clubs in PNG. We also accept financial donations to fund the purchase of sportswear for rugby or football.
To donate sportswear or sports equipment please contact us. Donate money at www.kits2kids.com.
Isolated communities in PNG rely on MAF to fly in medical staff, teachers, missionaries and Bible translators, as well as materials to build and equip schools, hospitals and Bible colleges. The charity also flies local produce to market to encourage community development in remote areas and help people generate income. Emergency flights save patients lengthy and potentially fatal overland travel.
We have completed two projects in collaboration with MAF: upgrading the wireless radio network and computer system in Goroka. Find out more at www.maf-uk.org.
To fight against poverty, WVI partners with communities, NGOs, faith-based groups, private organisations and government departments. The charity is committed to building a hopeful future for children and empowering communities to take ownership of their own development.
WVI operates in a number of provinces in PNG, including Port Moresby, Madang, Morobe, Bougainville, Western Province and Sepik. Their work focuses on health and nutrition, tuberculosis (TB) treatment and prevention, water, sanitation and hygiene, gender and social inclusion, education, economic development, disaster risk reduction and climate change
We donated £1000 to World Vision International (Solomon Islands) to provide family kits which include kitchen items, sleeping mats and blankets, and shelter kits including tarpaulins, nails, hammers and saws. Find out more at www.wvi.org.