Futures that Work recipient profile

Q1: What positive impact has the Futures That Work programme made for you? What an honor it has been to be a recipient of the 2019 Futures That Work programme. The scholarship has not only alleviated the financial burden higher education leaves but also serves as an...

Inaugral Ta Tatau Health and Safety Workshop held in Auckland

Le Va’s convergence of clinical and cultural knowledge is evident in our recent support of safe practice for traditional Samoan tattooists. This is the first occasion where Tufuga Ta Tatau (master tattoo artist) residing in New Zealand and Samoa gathered to talanoa...

Sharing MYSTORY

The Atu-Mai team had the honour of supporting the two-day MYSTORY Youth Summit on 21-22 June. Titled “Born to Make an Impact”, the summit was a partnership between South Seas Healthcare Trust and the Ministry of Education and was led by young people undertaking the...