Achieving self-reliance, health and quality of life in Papua New Guinea’s Western Province communities
Who We Are
Each executive and board member, team and individual involved with OTDF is an essential part of achieving the goal of allowing the residents of Western Province to have greater choices in mapping out their own direction to live better lives.
What We Do
Operating independently of OTML since 2009, we are proud to have 50 full-time staff, 60 part-time staff, and committed volunteers throughout Western Province dedicated to ensuring our objectives and goals are aligned with those of the communities for which we serve.
To date, we have achieved significant outcomes across our investment portfolio and all five pillars of CMCA community development.
OTDF continues to focus on infrastructure delivery for communities to gain easier access to regional centres and government services, and to get produce to markets.
The Maritime Cadet Scholarship (MCS) Program managed by the Ok Tedi Development Foundation’s Education Team, has formally secured a partnership with a renowned shipping company. This Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) is with P&O Maritime Services (PNG) Limited, a...
The inaugural OTDF Kiunga Fun Run was hailed a success by the organisers, sponsors and participants alike. Running enthusiasts as well as first time runners from Kiunga and Tabubil joined in the fun run. Initiated by the Ok Tedi Development Foundation with the...
THE OTDF Board which held its 50th Board meeting on board MV Ms Rankin on the Fly River spent some time to meet with the Suki Fly Gogo community at Pukaduka 1 village on August 25, 2019 as part of the OTDF Communications Patrol.The board flew to Gigwa airstrip in the...
Our latest Annual Report is a comprehensive report of what OTDF has achieved and defines/outlines our ongoing priorities and goals going forward.
Each month, our OTDF media team creates a PDF newsletter that encapsulates the many activities and achievements by OTDF, partners and communities.