WHO WE ARE?
The Kokoda Track Foundation is an Australian philanthropic organisation which aims to repay the selfless help given to Australia during WWII by the ‘Fuzzy Wuzzy Angels’ of Papua New Guinea.
To be a trusted, caring and creative organisation contributing to a flourishing Papua New Guinea, whose people enjoy liverty through unfettered access to healthcare, education and human rights and thrive as a respected nation in our region. More
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“I have considered it a privilege to be able to work on the Kokoda Track with the Kokoda Track Foundation. The KTF provide exceptional support for volunteers, ensuring that the experience of working in remote schools is safe and productive. Particularly impressive is the response from the indigenous people to the KTF, this speaks of a deep, mutual respect that exists between the KTF and the local people. This respect is fostered by the culturally sensitive manner in which Dr Nelson and her team carry out their projects. Working with the KTF is an honour and I strongly recommend a trip to this beautiful country to work with its beautiful people.” Derek Hughes, Volunteer Teacher
Over the first half of 2013 we have been busy implementing a variety of projects in PNG thanks to the help of our kind donors. The above video provides a great overview of some the achievements we have made and some of the challenges yet to face.
Our You Tube Kokoda Channel features a variety of videos about our work, the Track and also our supporters who explain the importance of our work and the changes we are making in the livelihoods of the families and children living along and around the Kokoda Track.
The Kokoda Channel is also a great resource for potential volunteers to find out more about our work and how to get involved.
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