Stakeholders


The RHTU recognises that capacity development can only be achieved in close collaboration with relevant stakeholders. Now that the RHTU is a complex entity, there are numerous stakeholders for the various elements of the programs.

The RHTU will build relationships with Provincial Health stakeholders and through them with relevant educational institutions such as:

PNG Professional Societies:

  • PNG O&G Society
  • PNG Midwifery Society
  • PNG Paediatric Society
  • PNG Rural and remote Medicine Society
  • PNG Sexual Health Association
  • PNG Public Health Society
  • PSRH

PNG Church Medical Services

Educational  and research bodies:

  • UPNG’s SMHS
  • Midwifery Schools of PNG
  • UPNG
  • PAU
  • LSoN
  • UoG
  • DWU (HEO training)
  • Nursing and CHW schools  (
  • PNG Institute of Medical Research
  • RANZCOG
  • Burnet Institute

Multilaterals:

  • NZAID
  • World Bank
  • RHFSDP

 NGOs

  • Marie Stopes- PNG
  • Susu Mamas
  • FHI
  • PSI
  • World Vision
  • MSF
  • SMALL PNG
  • FSVAC, PNG
  • PNG FHA, Lae

UN agencies



Public-Private Partnership

The Reproductive Health Training Unit is a partnership between the Oil Search Health Foundation, the Papua New Guinea National Department of Health, and the Australian Government's aid program.