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The midterm review of PNG’s National HIV and AIDS Strategy emphasizes that HIV services and interventions for key populations such as FSW and men who have sex with men (MSM) are vital. An estimated 70% of women in PNG experience domestic violence in their lifetime (Brouwer, Harris and Tanaka, 1998).

In 2014 to 2015, PSI developed and implemented the key populations behavior change communication strategy, In 2015, with funding from the Australian Government, PSI developed the National Aids Councils Faith Based Organization Sub-strategy: Building an Enabling Environment for Key Populations Accessing a User-Friendly Service. A 2013 study in Bougainville, PNG found that one in five women aged 18 to 49 reported that their first sexual experience was forced (Jewkes, Fulu and Sikweyiya, 2015).

High incidences of sexual violence and the under-representation of women in government contribute to PNG’s continued struggle with gender inequality.

In 2017, PNG ranks 158 out of 188 countries on the United Nations Development Program’s gender-related development index. The network member works in the areas of malaria, tuberculosis (TB), gender-based violence (GBV), women’s economic empowerment, and water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH).

In PNG, men and women who report minority sexual and gender identities, such as transgender women, face disproportionate levels of violence, often from law enforcement, health care providers and family members (FHI 360, 2013).

Safe Villages and Family Support Centre Assistance Program With funding from the U. Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor (DRL) and the Australian Government, PSI began the Safe Villages and Family Support Assistance project in 2015.

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Consistent with global evidence on the links between violence against women and HIV (Garcia-Moreno and Watts, 2000), sexual abuse was found to be strongly associated with HIV positive status (Lewis, Maruia and Walker, 2008).

Activities include: World Malaria Report 2015 Home Based Management of Malaria In 2012, PSI rolled out the HMM Program in partnership with the National Department of Health (NDo H), Save the Children and the Burnet Institute.

Due to the country’s geography and poor infrastructure, access to care remains a central challenge for those living in rural and remote areas. The HMM program extends access to malaria diagnosis and treatment beyond aid posts and health facilities using a network of volunteer community-based distributors (CBDs) that live in the most rural areas of the three implementing provinces: East Sepik Province (managed by Save the Children) East New Britain Province (managed by the Burnet Institute) and in Sandaun Province where PSI directly implements.

Economic and emotional abuse are also commonly reported by women (Jewkes, Fulu and Sikweyiya, 2015; Lewis, Maruia and Walker, 2008).

This data is backed up by the experience of Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), which has treated 27,993 survivors of family and sexual violence in the country since 2007 (MSF, 2016).

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