Access to health care is a basic human right and must be physically accessible to all persons and communities.
We commit to working with our communities and all stakeholders to facilitate improved health services and facilities based on needs. This means we accept the basic right of individuals to have quality health care that is readily accessible and affordable.
‘as well as to providing for the underlying determinants of health, such as safe and potable water, sanitation, food, housing, health-related information and education, and gender equality.’
Interventions & Education
WATER & SANITATION
Congratulations to Louise Kennerley and Matt Wade for this story and for bringing needed attention about Our closest neighbour to Australians.
“Honoured and thrilled to have received, with journalist Matt Wade, the 2019 ACFID Media Award recognising coverage of international development and humanitarian issues for the Story by Matt Wade in Good Weekend Magazine about health challenges in PNG.”