Susu Mamas PNG is a non-government organisation (NGO) that was formed over 30 years ago to support and promote breast feeding for infants.
Since 2011 the emphasis has been on the provision of integrated Family and Youth health services at; urban health facilities, rural and settlement mobile outreach clinics and in partnership with other government and non-government health care providers.
The demand for services has increased rapidly and Susu Mamas now provide health services in (6) six provinces and the National Capital District.
Funding Sources for 2013
- Papua New Guinea Partnership Fund PPF
- NDoH National Department of Health
- Rural Primary Health Service Delivery Project
- United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA)
- NSW Family Planning (Australia FP)
- Private Sponsorship
Urban and Rural Health Facilities
One stop approach for integrated family and youth health care. Referral pathways established with Provincial and District Hospitals.
Outreach Health Services – mobile clinics
Primary health care services for settlement and rural communities.
School health services.
Joint Health Services. Urban & Rural areas.
We provide joint Health services with other health providers to increase access to integrated health care.
Hospital Support Service
Susu Mamas promotes the Baby Friendly Hospital Initiative BFHI.
For, rural and urban communities (Outreach sites).
Via our health information toll free line 7200 6262.