Anglicare Communications Team visit the historical site of the Catholic Church where Peter Torot’s remains are resting.
Speer (L) and Dennis (R) participants of the CPP Forum take a tour of the WWII sites in and around Rabaul.
Sonoma Adventist College students welcome Church Leaders and Partners during the welcome dinner at Sonoma, Rabaul, ENB Province.2015
Fijian National Mere Mainakavika receives her sewing certificate from POM Branch Manager Mr. Bernard Paru. Looking on is the Adult Literacy Program Manager Mr Aquino Saklo.
Fijian National Selaima Smith receives her sewing certificate from POM Branch Manager Mr. Bernard Paru. Looking on is the Adult Literacy Program Manager Mr Aquino Saklo.
Fijian National Mareta Saun receives her sewing certificate from POM Branch Manager Mr. Bernard Paru. Looking on is the Adult Literacy Program Manager Mr Aquino Saklo.
12 Rinaldi students of DBTS doing community service in POM, March 2015
Students of 12 Rinaldi, Don Bosco Technical School, Gabutu, take time out after 5 hours of work.They are part of a class of 42 students who cleaned up the Anglicare Pom and Good Shepherd yard recently in Port Moresby under their SALT Program.
Students from PAPA Primary interviewed by representatives from the Australian DFAT’s NGO Cooperation Program (L) Ben Ward and Tracey McMartin (R), March 2015. Central Province, PNG
Representatives from the Office of Development Effectiveness of the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) Ben Ward and Tracey McMartin taken on a tour of the APNG WASH project site by the new Project Officer for the Anglicare POM WASH Team Mr. Thomas Gunn, March 2015, Central Province, PNG PAPA School
Anglicare PNG Inc. National Director Mrs. Heni Meke receives the Dummy Cheque of K50,000.00 from Mr. Isikeli Taureka Executive Vice President for InterOil, March 3rd 2015, Port Moresby. PNG
Anglicare PNG Inc. National Director Mrs. Heni Meke answering questions from the media after the cheque presentation at the Water Front InterOil Office,March 3rd 2015, Port Moresby. PNG
When there is a shortage of staff,even the Managers at Anglicare step in to accommodate the interest of its learners.
New level two Teacher Mrs. Mary Worri taking her level class for their entry test.
The hard working staff of the Anglicare POM Adult Literacy School (PNG) take time out after a full day of lesson presentation to learners in 4 levels. February 2015 .
NCD Mens’ Kick Boxing Gold Medalist winners, 2014. Were proudly supported by Anglicare PNG Inc. and the Anglicare Foundation with Merchandise for participation in the PNG Games – Lae, 2014. Kens Gideon Kelly (front row,2nd from right) IT Support Staff of APNG was part of Team NCD.
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Executive Director for Global Fund Mark Dybul (L) attentive to Counselling Coordinator Marcia Kalinoe’s presentation at Anglicare Waigani, Port Moresby, PNG. February 16th 2015
Child Protection Policy Training facilitated by Ms. Hannah Staines (standing 1st from right) in Port Moresby, Weigh Inn Conference Room, Konedobu. November 2014
Hannah Staines, Child Protection Policy Program Manageress receives the Policy from Child Rep. of the Kumul Childrens’ Group, looking on is Anglicare National Director Mrs, Heni Meke.
Child Protection Policy Launch, November 2014. @ Anglicare Head Office Port Moresby
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Ms. Joanne Ronalds DFAT Representative and APNG Director Mrs. Heni Meke attentive to the program speakers during the Child Protection Launch. Nov. 2014
Stephen Raurela Anglicare Popondetta Branch Manager(L) with participants of the APNG Planning meeting, at discussion time. January 2015
Michael Ambo, M&E Officer Mt Hagen & Aquino Saklo POM Adult Literacy Manager during discussion time. Anglicare Planning Workshop in POM. January, 2015.
Mr. Joram Nambagly enjoying the planning meet.
National Director for Anglicare Mrs Heni Meke addressing the Branch Managers and Senior Program Coordinators during the Planning Meeting here in Port Moresby APNG Head Office. January 2015
Alex Mesluwa, the Logistics Team support officer for the WAD 2014, Anglicare PNG Pom.
Israel Gigmai of Finance Team at Anglicare supporting the campaign on WAD 2014
World AIDS Day December 1st 2014, Port Moresby celebrations,Jack Pidik Park, 5 Mile.
Mr. Bernard Paru, Anglicare POM Branch Manager speaking to students of the Port Moresby National High Grade 11 students who paid a humanitarian visit to Anglicare POM Branch to donate some gifts for the Friends at the Drop In Centre 2014
Moses Kewa Manager OH&S Operations, Human Resource BSP (2nd from Left) presenting the dummy Cheque of K50,000.00 to Anglicare National Director Mrs. Heni Meke. Looking on are Rosemary Mawe Corporate Sponsorship Manager – Marketing and Public Relations (R) and Carol Habin PA to the National Director (L). 18th December, 2014
The Theme for the 2014 World AIDS Day Celebrations was “ZERO DISCRIMINATION, ACCESS TO SERVICE IS MY RIGHT”
WAD March , December 1st 2014. Patricia on the Left and Rex on the Right share a light moment as they listen attentively to the welcome speeches.
Anglicare Team joined the rest of NCD (PNG to celebrate WAD at the Jack Pidik Park on December 1st,2014)
A proud moment and fulfilling year for these Level Four (4) Learners after graduating from the Anglicare Adult Literacy School, 2014. Their next step is to successfully secure spaces in FODE to do further studies. Congratulations to you all for this lifetime achievement.
Pat learning the skills of Silk Screen Printing. All Screen Printing jobs are done with close supervision of the Communication Officer Elijah D Elijah.
APNG Board member lady Wini Kamit (2nd from right), Rev Sereima Lomaloma (R) and her colleagues made a courtesy visit to Anglicare Port Moresby to see the facilities and the services offered. Hosting the visit was National Director for Anglicare PNG Inc. Mrs Heni Meke (3rd from right)
Teacher Roselyn James (R) proudly stands by one of her learners Ms. Shirley Lapu after she graduated from the Works Training Centre with a level 1 & 2 Certificate in Office Administration
Mr. Mahmoud Shurrab Logistics Admin. Officer for the Consolidated Contractors (PNG) Company, Ltd (3rd from Right) presenting the Furnitures to the Communication Officer of Anglicare PNG Inc. October 17, 2014, Port Moresby, PNG
Senior students of St Francis Primary School with the WASH Field Team after the Focus Group Discussion at their School. October 2014. PNG
Kapi Arava WASH Field Officer, conducting a Focus Group Discussion with the Elementary School Students at Koki Elementary School, October 2014. PNG Moresby South Electorate
Issabella Warre Coordinator of the Anglicare Water Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) Program conducting a Focus Group Discussion with senior students of the Koki Primary School in Port Moresby South Electorate, PNG, October 2014
Mrs. Heni Meke Anglicare’s National Director showing Mr. Deliismail and his colleague the services and programs of Anglicare POM Branch in PNG, 2014. in the VCCT Blood Testing & Counselling Centre
One of our special partners, the Director of Paradise High School Mr. Safak DELIISMAIL (second from right) visiting Anglicare. Paradise high school has been donating fresh meat to Anglicare which our Patients on ART has been benefiting and had significant impact on their health.
The Anglicare Mt Hagen Branch Staff looking handsome in their uniforms. 2014
Don Bosco Technological Institute, Computer Technology Student doing her In-Plant Training with Anglicare from August to November 2014.
PAU Students repainting the Red Ribbon in the Anglicare garden’s courtyard
Repainted Red Ribbon, a project undertaken by the PAU Students.
Development of the Anglicare visitors Hauswin. Concrete floor Project.
Beautification Project. Flower pots presented to Anglicare.
Apart from the Health and Education aspects of the work done by Anglicare PNG Inc., we are also assisting students from tertiary institutions within the National Capital District here in Port Moresby, PNG wanting to do their Practical Work with Anglicare.
The students partake in planned activities at the Program Level with emphasis on the courses they take in their respective Tertiary Institutions.
The students in return come up with special projects to help Anglicare in terms of Beautification and small infrastructure development projects within the Organizations Head Office premises.
Bishop Peter and Mother Sue in Papua New Guinea.
They left the PNG Anglican family on the 23rd of September, 2014 . Farewell to you both and May the Lord’s endless blessings keep you both safe and well always. Bishop Peter served the Port Moresby Diocese for 8 years. Thank you for being part of Anglicare PNG Inc. as the Board Chairman.
National Adult Literacy Campaign, 2014.
Anglicare Adult Literacy Program Float
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Ready for the march, September 8th, 2014
OUTREACH CLINIC- A visit to Anglicare PNG Waigani, POM, PNG. August 2014
Moses Morehari (in white gown)of Marie Stopes speaking to Anglicare Staff and VCCT Clients about contraceptives (Family Planning Methods) and the use of the different contraceptive devices, August 2014.
The Awareness Kit used by Marie Stopes clinicians to conduct their Outreach Clinic.
Interested Literacy Students learn baking methods under the Life Skill Program at Anglicare PNG POM Branch. August 2014
Participants after graduating with certificates as phonics trainers, Anglicare POM Branch. All participants represent different CSO partners of Anglicare PNG Inc. under the Adult Literacy Program. August 2014
Staff of Anglicare PNG POM Branch pose for a group photo with Anglican Arch Bishop of Canterbury Justin Welby. August 9 2014. He spoke highly of the service provision in addressing gender sensitive issues in an equal manner.
New Zealand High commissioner Tony Fautua’s wife – Ms Ina Fautua (L), Bernard Paru Anglicare POM Branch Manager (Centre), Ms. Heni Meke (R) Anglicare PNG Inc. National Director. August 2014. Mrs Fautua made a courtesy visit to Anglicare. She praised the services provided and the work done by the staff.
Arch Bishop of Canterbury Justin Welby ( second from left) and Mrs. Welby (3rd from right) visiting the Adult Literacy Program Office at the Anglicare Port Moresby Branch, on the 9th of August, 2014, in Papua New Guinea
L-R Aquino Saklo Manager Anglicare POM Adult Literacy, Bernard Paru Anglicare POM Branch Manager, SDA Church Rep, Faole Adult Literacy School Erima Chairman Gideon Mii, ADRA Rep Gloria Nema and Ms. Jasmine Simyunn ADRA PNG Country Director. Standing behind the donated School Materials for the out door use by the Adult learners.
Kens Kelly IT Support staff participating in the WASH Workshop
Participants of the WASH Workshop learning skills to cater for People with Special Needs
Dr. Bruce Agins Director of HealthQual International, USA and representative of CDC, with the Begabari Clinic Coordinator and the National Director for Anglicare PNG Inc along with the health delegation. 28th May 2014
Dr Fabian Ndenzako Team Leader – Communicable Disease, WHO meets Sr. Mary Kenwai of Anglicare VCCT Clinic
Dr Fabian Ndenzako Team Leader – Communicable Disease of WHO points out to DATA Entry Clerks at Begabari Clinic vital information they are collecting.
Mr. Steve Kraus Director of the UNAIDS Regional Support Team for Asia and the Pacific, makes a point during the visit to the Begabari Sexual Health Clinic here in Port Moresby, NCD, Papua New Guinea.
Anglicare PNG Inc. Dept. Director Admin and Finance Debra Field speaking with Jan Beagle
Assistant Secretary-General of the United Nations (ASG) and Deputy Executive Director, Management and Governance, UNAIDS
Bernard Paru Branch Manager brief the UNAIDS delegation of the Port Moresby Branch running programs