Papua New Guinea is Australia’s closest neighbour, with only 160km between the two countries.
There are more than 850 languages spoken in PNG.
More than a third of children in the country are moderately or severely malnourished and the country has the highest infant mortality rate in the Pacific.
It is estimated that 75% of children in PNG live in households that have suffered domestic violence.
Grace is only 10 years old, and has suffered from tuberculosis twice. ChildFund-supported mobile health clinics reached children like Grace and Ravu with vaccinations, medication and health education.
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