The Cairns Post covers the partnership between Yolonde Entsch and Sue Fitcher and how the Moon Sick Care Bag project is benefiting women in remote Queensland, and further afield in Papua New Guinea.Download
A home-grown partnership between two Cairns businesswomen is providing Aboriginal women with income-generating opportunities while improving the education, health and wellbeing of girls and women in PNG.Download
Yolonde welcomed the opportunity to speak at the AIR Cairns December meeting, updating members on her activities to empower and engage women and communities in Australia and PNG.Download
The PNG Air inflight magazine takes a close look at the YWAM Glasses Drive led by Yolonde Entsch in its December issue.Download
A short video overview of how the Moon Sick Care Bag project has been life-changing for women such as Veronica Walden who live in the remote Queensland community of Doomadgee.Watch
TWO Doomadgee women have returned from a visit to extremely disadvantaged villages in PNG with a renewed focus on helping women and girls to manage menstruation with dignity and confidence.Download
Yolonde Entsch took two Doomadgee women to Brisbane where their work on the Moon Sick Care Bags project in conjuction with My Pathway was highlighted at the launch of Global Citizen’s #SheIsEqual campaign.Download
Yolonde Entsch and Cathy Zeiger discuss their work helping women in disadvantaged communities before headlining the launch of Global Citizen’s #SheIsEqual campaign.
Rodney Coutts takes an in-depth look at ‘the life and times of Yolonde Entsch’ for the Saturday Morning Interlude Program.
A fantastic outcome with some of the 3500-plus prescription glasses and sunglasses donated by Far Northerners handed over to the YWAM Medical Ship today.Download
A great chat with 4CA Breakfast Host Murray Jones at the mid-way point of the YWAM Glasses Drive.
More than 2200 pairs of unwanted sunglasses and prescription glasses have been donated already for the YWAM Glasses Drive… please help us achieve our target of 5000!Download
Listen to Yolonde Entsch and Veronica Walden share their story of how the Moon Sick Care Bags came to be with ABC North West Queensland.
Yolonde Entsch and My Pathway CEO Paul Synnott share the amazing story of how the women of Doomadgee have embraced the Moon Sick Care Bag project.
A group of hardworking Doomadgee women have embraced making ‘Moon Sick Care Bags’ which are helping young girls and women in Papua New Guinea to stay in school.Download
Interview on the launch of the YWAM Glasses Drive with Yolonde Entsch, Cairns Community Ambassador for YWAM Medical Ships, and Morgan Elliston, Cairns Youth Ambassador.
YWAM Medical Ships’ Cairns Community Ambassador, Yolonde Entsch, has launched a campaign to collect 5000 pairs of unwanted prescription glasses and sunglasses from Far Northerners.Download
Northern Australia shipping company Sea Swift has teamed up with local organisation RRRC Connect to help donate 52 Rescue Swags to help a poverty-stricken region in Papua New Guinea (PNG).Download
A Papua New Guinea ranger program has been showcased for the United Nations in New York by Cairns program representatives … the ranger program has been running in PNG since 2013 …Download
A Linen Drive headed by Yolonde Entsch with the support of RRRC Connect, Cairns Soroptimists, Sea Swift and the Cairns community was a major success.Download
“Celebrating women and femininity and the tools we bring to the table … We women represent half of humanity and until we step up and represent half of decision making, I don’t believe we can achieve peace and harmony.
© Yolonde Entsch 2019