A Papua New Guinea in gender equality is realised and women are empowered to live productive lives free of violence.
Galvanize the private sector in partnership with government and civil society, to play a transformational leadership role in changing attitudes towards family and sexual violence and improving services for survivors.
Bel isi PNG has a strong governance framework to ensure accountability of all funding and effectiveness of the programs.
The Bel isi PNG Steering Committee is co-chaired by Mr Kila Dick, (Manager- Social Services National Capital District Authority), and Mr Robin Fleming (Manager Director of Bank of South Pacific). It includes representation from major donors and partners – Australian government, Oil Search, Bank of South Pacific, Steamships, Femili PNG, Business Coalition for Women, UN Women and the Family and Sexual Violence Action Committee. It also includes members with technical expertise in case management, safe house management, public relations, financial management and legal expertise. The Steering Committee meets quarterly with Oil Search Foundation serving as the Secretariat.
In addition to the Steering Committee the Oil Search Foundation Board and the Femili PNG Board, as significant stakeholders, each provide governance oversight with regular reports on progress, strategy and risk at quarterly board meetings. Bel isi PNG also reports to the Australian Government’s Pacific Women program which monitors the expenditure of the Australian Government grant.