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Le Va board member Josiah Tualamali’i pens his thoughts about the Apology made by the government for the dawn Raids.
Introducing the PAHANZ tri-chairs, Pasifika Allied Health Aotearoa New Zealand (PAHANZ): making connections and forming relationships with Pasifika allied health professionals in your neighbourhood.
The new dawn is a bright one and we look forward to connecting with more Pasifika across Aotearoa to stand together against violence.
More than 850 community members across the country participated in a workshop through our FLO: Pasifika for Life Suicide Prevention Programme over the last 12 months.
It is a blended learning programme which has both online and face-to-face components that help equip our non-Pasifika health workers with foundational cultural knowledge, the right attitude and skills to authentically engage with Pasifika.
Building a robust Pacific health workforce can have a positive impact on Pacific health outcomes, according to Le Va chief executive Denise Kingi-U’lu’ave. But to do this, leadership is required.