Monthly Archives

October 2018


Dr John Oakley’s OTDF Fly River patrol

Dr John Oakley, CMSFHP Medical Officer joined the  OTDF  Communications patrol to CMCA communities  from the 17th to 29th of September as part of the North Fly Health Services Development Program and CMCA Middle and South Fly Health Program (collectively ‘the Program’). Dr Oakley was assisted by the Program’s Primary Health Care Manager, Ray Krai, and visited Erekta, Membok, Kukujaba, Kwem, Mipan, Obo, Aiambak,

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Program farewells Graeme Hill after seven years of service in Western Province

The management and staff of North Fly Health Services Development Program (NFHSDP) and CMCA Middle and South Fly Health Program (CMSFHP) hosted a farewell dinner for Mr Graeme Hill and wife Jenny at the Cassowary Hotel in Kiunga on 31st August 2018. Medical students from Griffith University on rural attachments attended the dinner with the team and Abt Associates PNG General Manager, Mr Geoff

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Data Collection Team visit 44 selected villages in Western Province

The North Fly Health Services Development Program and CMCA Middle and South Fly Health Program (collectively ‘the Program’) will end in December 2018. An endline evaluation is currently being conducted to assess whether the Program has met its goal to contribute towards strengthened primary health care (PHC) and health services in the North Fly District and Middle and South Fly CMCA Trust Regions in line with the Western

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Program assists with dispatching of earthquake disaster relief supplies to Adumari and Digasubi villages

On the 5th of July, the North Fly Health Services Development Program (NFHSDP) and CMCA Middle South Fly Health Program (CMSFHP) assisted the Provincial Disaster Office dispatch disaster relief supplies weighing 949kg to Adumari and Digasubi villages. The relief supplies included clothing, cooking items, mosquito bed-nets and medical supplies which were distributed to the people residing at the Digasubi and Adumari care centres who

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