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#News from #Pacific Women: Read about the work of local Papua New Guinean organisation, Femili PNG, and their partners to improve the quality of services and outcomes of survivors of family and sexual violence: pacificwomen.org/resources/femili-png-july-2019-e-news/The April 2019 issue of the Femili PNG e-news, features: a sensitisation training on family and sexual violence (FSV), child abuse and the related laws in Goroka; recent and upcoming fundraising initiatives; and a summary of recent social media updates.Pacific Women provides funding to Femili PNG to operate the Family and Sexual Violence Case Management Centre in Lae, supporting survivors to access emergency medical care, access emergency shelter of an adequate duration and standard, provide counselling support and obtain police, legal and social services if requested.Pacific Women commits AU0 million to improve the political, economic and social opportunities of Pacific women.It supports 14 Pacific countries to meet the commitments made in the Pacific Leaders’ Gender Equality Declaration working with a range of partners including Pacific governments, civil society organisations, regional and multilateral agencies and the private sector.The Filipino woman would share stories and insights with me.One day she told me that she had a philosophy that when Fernando was four someone would come to me with a work opportunity.
When I took her to the hospital the day before she passed away, she told me that she wanted me to stay with her family.
I was just hoping and believing in the Lord that I might meet another man who would love me and accept my son as his own.
I also hoped that I would be able to find a job one day, as a haus meri, or a cleaner, or anything for our survival.
I decided that we would stay and I would help them as much as possible, humble myself, to earn our place in the house and stay under their care because of my son.
At this point I didn’t have anywhere else to go or know what to do.
Find out more about Pacific Women’s partnerships in Papua New Guinea: pacificwomen.org/our-work/locations/papua-new-guinea/ Research Tackling Childcare: The Business Case for Employer Supported Childcare in Fiji This study demonstrates the need and appetite for affordable, accessible and quality childcare services among working parents in Fiji.