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In Papua New Guinea, a baby is 16 times more likely to die before their first birthday than in Australia...

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ADI is now recruiting volunteer Doctors and Health Managers for New Ireland and Western Province projects....

18 laboratory technicians and assistants, pictured here with the BD Volunteer team, have graduated from PNG's first World Health Organisation Laboratory Standards course in New Ireland
Learn More Strengthening pathology in remote PNG

Eighteen laboratory technicians and assistants from remote New Ireland Province have graduated from the first World Health Organisation (WHO) Laboratory Standards course in Papua New Guinea. The...

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Learn More Lending a hand in tropical PNG

At a hard-to-reach health centre on Papua New Guinea’s remote Lavongai island, South Australian doctor Jenny Hamper met nine-year-old John. “John arrived on his father’s shoulders during...

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Learn More Health patrols to isolated rural communities

ADI has treated almost 10,000 patients since starting integrated health patrols with its volunteer doctors in New Ireland Province in 2011....

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Since his first visit to Papua New Guinea’s New Ireland Province, ADI President Dr Peter Macdonald has been intrigued by stories of the great wilderness of Konoagil....

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Learn More Hands on training for health workers

Health workers are the front line in dealing with the day-to-day health issues of their communities, and ADI recognises that upgrading their clinical skills is critical....

  • Thursday, 19 May 2016 10:31 Parrots, bananas, mosquito nets and immunisations in remote Tanir Posted by This affectionate little boy with Down Syndrome presented to Natong Aid Post with pneumonia, a common childhood presentation in Anir. There have been no immunisations on this remote island group for over two years, due to...

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  • Wednesday, 06 April 2016 15:35 ADI’s PNG Office Upgrade! Posted by With much thanks to New Ireland Provincial Health for their generosity and amenities, ADI have now moved home in PNG to larger, better equipped facilities....

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