Despite having an abundance of natural resources, rapidly changing climate patterns have put Papua New Guinea’s water sources at risk. In an effort to combat this risk Live & Learn PNG works with communities to build resilience to climate change as part of the Water for Women: Resilient WASH in the Island Region of PNG Project.
This project aims to improve access to safe and secure water, improve public health, strengthen gender quality and greater wellbeing for the people of New Ireland Province and the Autonomous Region of Bougainville in PNG. These climate impact posters are part of a series, which will be used to improve communication with local communities about the threat climate change can pose to water sources.
This outcome has been made possible thanks to the support of the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, and project partner Plan International Australia.