Shout for Good

ADI are really pleased to be selected as one of the featured charities for March 2019 on the new Shout For Good fee-free fundraising platform! Shout For Good allows you to integrate generosity into your everyday. It’s fee-free for ADI so every dollar given comes directly to us!

  • Shout for Good allows you to make regular little ‘shouts’ such as the price of a cup of coffee once a week or give the occasional ‘shout’ such as the price of a movie ticket. All at the click of a button.
  • Download the App or go to the website

Please help us to spread the word about Shout for Good and join with us in helping to make PNG healthier!

Speaking at the National Rural Health Conference 

ADI CEO Klara Henderson has been invited to speak at the National Rural Health Conference in Hobart on 27th March at 11:25am. If you are at the conference, please come and introduce yourself to Klara. Speaking at the conference is a great opportunity for ADI to meet with Australian rural doctors who may want a volunteer placement in PNG with ADI. You can follow what’s happening using the hashtag #ruralhealthconf

Rock and Roll Evening

The Rotary club of Balgowlah have selected ADI as one of the beneficiaries of funds raised at their upcoming Rock & Roll evening on Tuesday 30 April at the Dee Why RSL Club.

Come and join us for a great night out dancing to the rocking tunes of local band 3ARO! For tickets, please visit

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