Our Partners

Meri Toksave wishes to acknowledge and thank our brilliant partner organisations for their support and collaboration in the mission against violence against women in Papua New Guinea.

If you would like to partner with Meri Toksave we would love to hear from you. Please contact Ayesha Lutschini at a.lutschini@meritoksave.org for more information.

The Resolution Project

The Resolution Project

http://www.resolutionproject.org/

The Resolution Project, Inc. is a U.S.-based non-profit dedicated to fostering youth leadership development around the world through collaborative social entrepreneurship. Resolution has a proven model for identifying and inspiring young leaders through Social Venture Challenges and awarding Resolution Fellowships to those young leaders with the most promising social venture proposals and compelling personal leadership characteristics. Ayesha, Courtney, and Tasman each received a Resolution Fellowship in 2013 at the World Model United Nations, and Resolution continues to provide dynamic, hands-on support, including: funding, mentorship, access to world-class resources, and membership in a community of peers.

YACA

YACA
http://www.transparencypng.org.pg/coalitions/youth-against-corruption-association
http://yacapng.wordpress.com/

The Youth Against Corruption Association (YACA) is all about young people making a commitment to oppose corruption and dishonesty of all kinds. It is about young people helping each other to say “NO” to the temptation of lying, stealing, cheating and violence.

One Woman Project

One Woman Project logo
http://www.onewomanproject.org

The One Woman Project is a youth-led, registered, not-for-profit organisation that strives to provide quality gender education to university and high-school students. Operating both the Australian Capital Territory and Queensland.

Podio

podio_logohttps://podio.com/site/sponsorships/nonprofits

With Podio Meri Toksave is able to organize and connect everything we work with. Manage our projects, customers, you name it. Work is structured – so everyone knows what they’re supposed to do, while always keeping sight of the bigger picture.

YWCA

The YWCA is a global network of women leading social and economic change in over 120 countries worldwide. The YWCA advocates for peace, justice, human rights and care for the environment and has been at the forefront of raising the status of women for more than a century. The World YWCA develops women’s leadership to find local solutions to the global inequalities women face. Each year, it reaches more than 25 million women and girls through work in over 20,000 communities. Through advocacy, training and development the World YWCA empowers women, including young women, to lead social change. This grassroots development experience shapes the organisation’s global advocacy agenda. The YWCA work is inspired by Christian principles and a commitment to women’s full and equal participation in society. It is a volunteer membership movement inclusive of women from many faiths, backgrounds, and cultures. The World YWCA affirms that women’s human rights are universal, indivisible, interdependent and interrelated. The YWCA PNG is part of that network and was established in 1962 being one of the oldest womens organization in PNG.The YWCA PNG does programs to empower women and girls and young people to achieve their full potential through advocacy and training.The YWCA PNG over the years have done programs around child labour, doing prision rehabilitation programs in both the juvenile and women’s prisons, HIV life skills training, young women’s leadership, refugee reintegration and many more.

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