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Helping Family and Sexual Violence Survivors in Papua New Guinea – the Evaluation of six years of Femili PNG’s Lae operations

Crawford School of Public Policy | Development Policy Centre
Helping Family and Sexual Violence Survivors in Papua New Guinea

Event details

Public Seminar

Date & time

Wednesday 20 October 2021
12.30pm–1.30pm

Venue

Online via Zoom

Speaker

Denga Ilave and Dr Judy Putt

Contacts

Arichika Okazaki
02 6125 6805

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Femili PNG is a PNG NGO that operates case management centres to assist survivors of family and sexual violence to access the services they need.

Earlier this year, Helping Family and Sexual Violence Survivors in Papua New Guinea – the Evaluation of six years of Femili PNG’s Lae operations, was published. The Evaluation measured Femili PNG’s progress against its four main strategic priorities, which relate to service delivery and organisational resilience, and the impact Femili PNG was having on its clients, the local community and more broadly. The Evaluator, Dr Judy Putt, conducted 40 interviews, mostly face to face, with staff and stakeholders. Femili PNG also gave unfettered access to non-confidential information and reports, and provided invaluable statistics from its client data platform.

Femili PNG’s Operations Director, Denga Ilave, and Dr Putt discuss the Evaluation, methodology, findings and response.

Speakers

Denga Ilave, Lae Operations Director, Femili PNG

Dr Judy Putt, Research Fellow, Department of Pacific Affairs, Australian National University

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