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PFL Partner Series: Tongan Youth Trust
The Tongan Youth Trust (TYT) are passionately working towards their goal of enhancing life for Tongan youth in New Zealand. With a strong focus on sustainable approaches, TYT are seeing a positive impact on the quality of life for the young people they serve.
PFL Partner Series: Rotorua Pacific Islands Development Charitable Trust
In the heart of Rotorua lives the Rotorua Pacific Islands Development Charitable Trust - an organisation striving to move Pasifika people forward in their lives and futures.
PFL Partner Series: Community Approach Trust
Throughout Aotearoa New Zealand, a number of Pasifika Futures (PFL) Partners are working hard on the frontline to ensure the stability, growth and support is present for our Pacific communities and families. Serving with purpose, heart, and selflessness, PFL’s partners commit themselves to meeting the needs of Pacific families.
PFL Partner Series: Papaioea Pasifika Community Trust
We sat down with the team at Papaioea Pasifika Community Trust to hear more about the work they do for our Pacific families in the Palmerston North region. We were also privileged to sit down with two of the families they serve - fakafetai lahi lele!
Pacific health & wellbeing champions recognised at the SunPix Awards 2022
The 2022 SunPix Awards saw a number of Pacific leaders honoured for their contribution to Pasifika communities in their respective fields. This year’s event saw two people presented with the Pasifika Futures (PFL) sponsored Pacific Health and Wellbeing Award; Tofilau Talalelei Taufale and Dr Soana Muimuiheata.
PFL internationally recognised at Oxford University's Social Outcomes Conference 2022
Pasifika Futures' (PFL) CEO, Debbie Sorensen and Director of Performance and Evaluation, Seini Jensen, recently spoke at the Social Outcomes Conference hosted at Oxford University in England, which featured a globally diverse audience and representative speakers.
F’INE Fest 2022: Celebrating Pasifika diversity through creative arts
Pasifika Futures (PFL) partner, F’INE Pasifika Aotearoa Trust, held the opening of their annual F.I.N.E. Festival on Thursday night at the Mangere Arts Centre; the event is a Pasifika Rainbow Festival, celebrating Pasifika LGBTQI+, MVPFAFF+, Rainbow and Queer communities.
Super Saturday – an opportunity to inform and encourage our Pacific families
The Pasifika Super Saturday Community Vaccination Event is only two days away and anticipation is building in the Christchurch location as they prepare to host Pacific families at Te Aratai College (formerly known as Linwood College) located on the east side of the city....
“Culturally Aware and Technically Able” – Ngalu Fānifo Mental Health Whānau Ora Graduation 2022
Pasifika Futures (PFL) – The Whānau Ora Commissioning agency for Pacific families – recently held their inaugural Ngalu Fānifo Mental Health Whānau Ora Graduation at the Cordis Hotel in Auckland.
PMA Webinar Series 2022: Exploring the opportunities offered in Public Health
The Pasifika Medical Association (PMA) will be starting their series of webinars tomorrow evening with the first one themed - ‘Shining the light on Public Health’. The webinars are designed to facilitate engaging talanoa, where experienced medical professionals who are experts in their fields share with colleagues and students about their journeys in their profession to date.
Flu vaccination strongly encouraged to keep our community safe in winter
Pacific families are being encouraged to receive their flu vaccination as an extra layer of protection from the flu during this winter season.