Members of the 21 institutions that make up what is known as the Network of Callan Services for Persons with Disabilities pose during the 2017 National Annual Conference that was conducted in Port Moresby from the 9 - 12 May, 2017. 

  

Statement of Purpose

We the Network of Callan Services for Persons with Disabilities, inspired by the life of Jesus and the work of Br Edmund Rice, express the liberating heart of God, so that persons with disabilities in Papua New Guinea participate and contribute meaningfully in an inclusive society. As part of the Edmund Rice network in the Oceania Province, and in partnership with Catholic Dioceses, other churches, international and PNG-based non government organisations and local communities we:

  1. provide special education and community based rehabilitation services to help children with disabiltieis access inclusive and effective education
  2. work with children and families to develop their full potential
  3. provide quality community based rehabilitation services to persons with disability for improved health and functioning in the local communities
  4. provide and facilitate the devleopment of higher level skills in education, health and support services personnel
  5. create new policies, positions and services to promote an inclusive society
  6. enable appropriate responses by researching emerging needs related to those at risks in society, especially persons with disabilities
  7. provide sustainable, quality services with effective leadership, governance, and monitoring and evaluation

The values that shape our work:

  1. Respect - treat with dignity -  ourselves, family, colleague, work ethics and those we serve, community, partners, property and environment
  2. Justice - bring to life barrier-free and rights-based communities
  3. Presence - attuned to God in the mystery of life and work
  4. Compassion - respond to our communities with an open heart and hand
 
 
 
 
The Network consists of 19 Inclusive Education Resource Centres in 17 provinces of Papua New Guinea that are established through the National Department of Education, a Callan Studies National Institute and Callan Services National Unit.
 
Click here to get the map of the Network. 

 

 

 

 

 

Job Advertisements for Callan Services National Unit

 

Interested Applicants who wish to apply for a job with Callan Services National Unit may do so by clicking on one these advertised positions and role descriptions. Please read all instructions carefully before submitting your applications. 

  1. 20171025 Final PNG Child Prot Manager Role.docx (127634)
  2. 20171025 Final Assets Manager Role Description.docx (109132)

  3. 20171026 Final Support Services Coordinator.docx (117971)

  4. 20171101 - 03LI_37x4_4c_Network of Callan Services_20171026 Advertising_pd (3).pdf (196078)

  5. 201711101 send Advert for CP HR and assetts.docx (35392)

 
 
For those who wish to know what Callan Services does with in the Network of Callan Services can simply click on the link below to obtain the third publication of the Insight newsletter. 
 
 
Latest calendar of site visits shows programs and activities that are conducted by Callan Services National Unit across the 19 Inclusive Education Resource Centres within the Network of Callan Services. Below shows the activities that will be conducted between the months of October - November - December 2017. You may also download using the file link below.