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Newsletters from ABM’s PNG Partners

Anglicare PNG’s Quarterly Bulletin

Anglicare PNG Quarterly BulletinAnglicare PNG is the community development arm of the Anglican Church of PNG (ACPNG). It has 5 branches located in 3 Anglican Dioceses with officers attached to the other 2 Dioceses. ABM has partnered with Anglicare for over 10 years and is one aspect of our larger partnership with ACPNG. Anglicare runs a range of programs from adult literacy, gender awareness and child protection to HIV/STI prevention, testing and treatment, psychosocial support for people living with HIV and water and sanitation for health (WASH) in primary schools. Anglicare is responsible for implementing the DFAT funded PNG Church Partnership Program (CPP) in partnership with ABM and the 6 other churches involved in the PNG CPP. ABM currently supports Anglicare’s adult literacy program and the Diocesan based officers who run the HIV prevention and gender programs. These programs teach women and men to read and write, improve the livelihoods of rural communities by teaching important life-skills and promote positive relationships between women and men and raise awareness of the rights of women, children and people living with HIV.

Anglicare’s newsletter provides information on all their programs, including those funded by ABM. Download the newsletter here: Anglicare PNG Quarter 4 Issue ll


PNG Church Partnership Program’s Newsletter ‘Garamut’PNG Church Partnership Program Garamut Newsletter

ABM is one of 7 Australian church development agencies working with our 7 PNG church partners as part of the DFAT funded PNG Church Partnership Program (CPP). Anglicare PNG is ABM’s partner in implementing the CPP. The varied work undertaken using the CPP funds range from adult literacy, to HIV testing, to peace and reconciliation programs, to improving the management of church development agencies and networking across the 2 churches to improve the lives of men, women, girls and boys living in remote villages and urban settlements of PNG.

The CPP Coordination Office produces a newsletter that showcases the work of the 7 PNG partner churches. Download the newsletter here: Garamut March 2015 Issue 1/15


(You can also find more PNG news from PNGCP UK’s Summer 2015 Newsletter.) 


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