ADI Urgently Needs Your Support!

57 out of every 1,000 children born in PNG die before they reach the age of 5*.  You can be part of the solution.

Through your generosity, ADI sends volunteer doctors to PNG’s community frontline – to meet them where they live. Our doctors go on bush outreach patrols via boat, helicopter, 4WD and sometimes hike for hours through jungle to deliver essential medical care to isolated communities.

With your help, ADI can continue to save lives in PNG’s New Ireland and Western Provinces.

Please donate here. Remember, your donation of $2 or more made before 30 June can be claimed as a deduction in your tax return.

*World Population Prospects: 2017 Revision, United Nations Population Division, 2017.

 

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ADI Doctor Stories

Matt Kelly boarding a plane to Kiunga Western Provinc
ADI Dr Yen Lim heading out to Patrol in New Ireland PNG
Dr Penny Uther, New Ireland, April 2018
ADI Dr Susanne Leenders and baby in Namatanai PNG
ADI volunteer doctor, Dr Rose Haywood training in PNG
Dr Roeland Krann In-Service training New Ireland
Dr De Boer and Dr Oosterhuis-at-Namatani PNG
ADI Health Coordinator Dr Agnes De Boer in PNG
ADI volunteers Dr Rong Bing and Kiasha McInnis

Please help our ADI volunteer medical staff in their valuable work

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