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Turning on Health Services Remotely

A great article by Dr Klara Henderson, ADI’s CEO. Here she highlights ADI’s approach to healthcare on the frontline in rural and remote PNG. Read more – Turning on health services remotely.

Pedaling for a cause

Enjoy a great read about Theresa Reu’s bike ride experience in ADI’s PEDAL4PNG published in The National Weekender – ‘Pedaling for a cause’. A wonderful perspective from a PNG local, who works for the Australian High Commission. Thank you Theresa for joining us on the adventure!  ADI undertook the ride as a fundraising venture. Make […]

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 […]

PEDAL4PNG Update – How the Riders have gone!

Congratulations to all the Pedal4PNG riders – fundraisers for Australian Doctors International’s (ADI) – who have just completed their cycle from Namatanai to Kavieng in #PNG this week. They covered 260kms of road in New Ireland Province, visited some of the #healthcare clinics and hospitals supported by ADI, and met a few of the locals too.  See the photos […]

Book now for the Seaforth Bowling Club Cabaret On 14th July

Bookings are now open for what promises to be a great night of entertainment by very talented singers and a well-known band in a ‘Tribute to Linda Ronstadt’! All proceeds are going to ADI for their medical work in PNG:  Seaforth Bowling Club is hosting this show, organized by John Clement, with the help of […]

Dr Rose Haywood working in health centre in PNG.

World TB Day Highlights PNG Struggles With Deadly Disease

World TB Day rolls around every year on 24 March. It’s a day to highlight the awful statistics (1) that accompany this deadly disease, namely: One fourth of the world’s population is infected with tuberculosis (TB). In 2016, 10.4 million people around the world became sick with TB disease. There were 1.7 million TB-related deaths worldwide. […]

George Barrett prepares for his ride in PNG

Experience A Ride Of A Lifetime When You PEDAL4PNG

Next week George Barrett is relocating to New Ireland, PNG, to take up a position as Health Coordinator for six months. He’s moving from Manly with his wife and daughter. While there he has another important role to undertake and that’s leading the Pedal4PNG bike ride from Namatanai to Kavieng in May 2018. George said […]


Pedal4PNG Australian Doctors International (ADI) is planning an inaugural fundraising bike ride through Papua New Guinea’s New Ireland Province in May 2018 called Pedal4PNG. The purpose of the ride is to raise funds to support ADI’s health patrols in PNG. The ride is a unique opportunity to bring Australians to New Ireland to participate in an […]

New Ireland Child Health Care with ADI

The Impact of ADI’s Health Patrols

A summary of Dr Tim Baird’s personal reflection on his volunteer placement: Having returned from working as a volunteer doctor with Australian Doctors International (ADI) in Papua New Guinea’s New Ireland Province (NIP), I can look back with fond memories of a life-altering journey. It was an incredible and challenging job, a completely unique world […]