Project Yumi builds effective partnerships with local communities in Papua New Guinea, to enhance the quality of education and healthcare.
We envision Papua New Guineans having equitable access to adequate
education and healthcare that improves their quality of life, creates
opportunities for the future, and empowers them to reach their full
Collaboration: Fostering positive relationships with grass-root communities, businesses, and organisations so quality outcomes are achieved.
Integrity: Ensure transparent procurement and delivery of resources and maintain respectful partnerships with all stakeholders
Respect: We listen to, acknowledge and value the needs of Papua New Guinea communities we work with, including their cultural beliefs.
Passion: Passion is the heart of our organisation. We are continuously finding ways to make a difference.
Empowerment: Create opportunities for people within Papua New Guinea to be heard and enable change.
Through connecting health care workers in Australia and Papua New Guinea and providing much-needed medical equipment, our health initiative is working towards improving access to quality essential health care in Papua New Guinea.
Our Project Skul and Pass it on Project initiatives fall in line with many of the targets trying to be reached by the quality education goal. Our education-focused initiatives are providing better access to quality education and are upgrading education facilities in neglected
communities of PNG.
Our Project Skul, Pass it on Project and Bush Dokta initiatives assists in conserving our environment, by giving those living in Australia, the opportunity to be responsible consumers by deferring quality used educational and health resources from landfill. Ensuring they are useful and sustainable, we then divert these resources to communities in Papua New Guinea that can use them productively.