COVID-19 Support Services Contact Card in 9 Pasifika Languages

There are people and agencies able to support you during this difficult time as we continue to battle against COVID-19. Here’s a Civil Defence Emergency Management (CDEM) contact card if you need it translated into Samoan, Fijian, Cook Islands, Niuean, Tokelauan, Tuvaluan, Rotuman, Tongan, and Kiribati.

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It’s OK to ask for help. As we work through this together, there are people and agencies able to support you. Here’s a range of advice, help, or support if you need it. If you don’t speak English, you can ask for an interpreter when calling most government departments.

English: 5581-Covid-19-Welfare-contact-card-A5.pdf

Cook Islands Maori: 5581-Covid-19-Welfare-contact-card-A4-Cook-Islands-Maori2.pdf

Samoan: 5581-Covid-19-Welfare-contact-card-A4-Samoan2.pdf

Fijian: 5581-Covid-19-Welfare-contact-card-A4-Fijian2.pdf

Niuean: 5581-Covid-19-Welfare-contact-card-A4-Niuean2.pdf

Tokelauan: 5581-Covid-19-Welfare-contact-card-A4-Tokelauan2.pdf

Tuvaluan: 5581-Covid-19-Welfare-contact-card-A4-Tuvaluan2.pdf

Rotuman: 5581-Covid-19-Welfare-contact-card-A4-Rotuman2.pdf

Tongan: 5581-Covid-19-Welfare-contact-card-A4-Tongan2.pdf

Kiribati: 5581-Covid-19-Welfare-contact-card-A4-Kiribati2.pdf 



Although we are now in Alert Level 2 and are no longer required to self-isolate, it is still important we continue to keep our families and children safe in our homes.

Some Pacific families may be feeling vulnerable. Remember that family violence support services are available.  For emergencies please Dial 111.

Click here for resources and links to available service providers.

Pasefika Proud is a Pacific response to focus on community-led solutions that harnesses the transformative power of traditional Pacific cultural values and frameworks to encourage violence-free, respectful relationships that support Pacific peoples to thrive and to build strong resilient families.