Achieving wellbeing for our Pacific nations
The strategic priorities for Pasefika Proud around achieving wellbeing for our Pacific communities is articulated in the Pasefika Proud Pathways for Change Framework launched in 2019.
Language and culture supporting well-being
Maubonian Te Teei Inanon te Mwenga Bon Karekean Te Maiuraoi Te Ongotaeka ao Te Ongotaeka - The home is where we nurture our children towards a healthy, responsible, loving, and prosperous future.
Maopoopo Family Violence Training launches in Tokelau
On June 1 the Ministry of Social Development (MSD) signed an MOU (Memorandum of Understanding) between MSD and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (MFAT).
Forging Resilience and Compliance
Over the past decade, the city of Christchurch has suffered more than its fair share of tragedy. The ongoing effects of Covid-19 have further exacerbated the city’s struggle to return to normality.
Sharing Pasefika Cultures
In 2016 the Tongan Society South Canterbury was created to bring together, support and empower its Tongan community, whānau, family and kainga within its sizeable region.
Protecting Culture to Protect Families
Dahlia Malaeulu is a Wellington-born Samoan author of Milas My Gagana Series and an educator who is publishing eight books this year.
Rotuma Rises for first Pacific Language Week
When Rotuman Tristan Petueli started photography using his mobile phone, friends and family provided positive feedback, suggesting he had the talent to take it further.
Government launches significant initiative towards Violence Prevention & Elimination
Minister for Family and Sexual Violence, Marama Davidson has launched a national engagement process to prevent and eliminate family and sexual violence.
Honouring our Elders
The Tuaāsinasina o Ranui programme hosted and launched at the Ranui Pacific Island Presbyterian Church on March 18 2021 stems from within its West Auckland Samoan parish community.
Achieving wellbeing for our Pacific nationsThe strategic priorities for Pasefika Proud around achieving wellbeing for our Pacific communities is articulated in the Pasefika Proud Pathways for Change Framework launched in 2019. Read more