Program Partners

Susu Mamas Inc.

Susu Mamas PNG is a non-government organisation (NGO) that was formed over 30 years ago to support and promote optimal nutrition for infants and young children in Papua New Guinea.

Susu Mamas provide integrated maternal and child health services including reproductive and sexual health, antenatal/PPTCT, postnatal care, breastfeeding support, infant and young child nutrition and immunisations. Services are provided throughout Papua New Guinea in Port Morseby, Lae, Goroka, Mt Hagen and Kagamuga.

Cooperativa Café Timor

Cooperativa Café Timor (CCT) is Timor Leste’s largest agricultural cooperative. It is an organic coffee farmer cooperative that runs Clinic Café Timor through their primary health care division. CCT is committed to improving the lives of of rural farming families in the areas of income, health and gender inclusion.

CCT operates eight fixed clinics, three mobile clinic teams and 11 community extension teams in rural Timor Leste reaching 110,000 people. The teams focus on interventions to improve maternal and child health. They also run a men’s health program that aims to improve gender inclusion.

Reproductive and Family Health Association of Fiji

As a leading non-government organisation, Reproductive and Family Health Association of Fiji (RFHAF) has been assisting people to make informed choices about their reproductive and sexual health for almost 20 years. RFHAF aims to improve the quality of life of individuals by campaigning for reproductive and sexual health and rights and providing education, counselling and clinical services, especially for poor and vulnerable people. RFHAF has services in Fiji in Suva, Labasa and Lautoka.

Solomon Islands Ministry of Health and Medical Services

In the quest for a happy, healthy and productive population, the Solomon Islands Ministry of Health and Medical Services has a vision for health that goes beyond fighting disease; they intend to contribute to the wellbeing of all their people. Their strategic plan for the next five years has a number of priorities including improving service coverage, building strong partnerships, improving service quality and laying the foundations for the future.

Vanuatu Family Health Association

Vanuatu Family Health Association (VFHA) is a non-government organisation that delivers reproductive and sexual health clinical and information services to young people, men and women.

VFHA advocates for the provision of good quality reproductive health and family planning services and supports the reproductive rights of underserved communities. VFHA defends the rights of all young people to have sexual lives free from illness and unwanted pregnancies, prevention of abortion complications and poverty. They also strive to control the transmission, and reduce the spread and impact of, HIV and STIs in the country.

They have clinics in the capital of Port Vila and in Luganville on Santo Island. They also provide outreach services in 6 provinces of Vanuatu, through 10 youth friendly drop-in centres.

Australian Cervical Cancer Foundation

The Australian Cervical Cancer Foundation (ACCF) works in Australia and through its Overseas Relief Fund in developing countries to enhance and protect women’s health. ACCF programs help to eliminate cervical cancer through vaccination and screening and also the development of Awareness, Education and Support programs for cervical cancer and its prevention. The ultimate aim is to overcome disadvantage by ensuring that women remain alive and healthy and can contribute to the welfare of their families and their communities.

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