Special acknowledgements to all our sponsors for the Pacific Child Wellbeing Conference.
We are excited about this opportunity to partner with each of you to give voice to the needs and hopes of our children and their families.
Your contribution will help to fund community champions, parents who are not currently working and students to participate in the conference. Wider participation is integral to ensuring diverse representation to help drive better outcomes for Pacific children and their families.
Igniting communities, creating change.
Le Va’s purpose is to support Pasifika families and communities to unleash their full potential and have the best possible health and wellbeing outcomes. They believe that the solutions lie within their own communities, so that’s where you’ll find them. They walk alongside churches, sports clubs, education centres and relevant groups with large Pasifika populations to ensure the right knowledge, skills and information is reaching the right people at the right time.
Le Va support and encourage this by carefully designing and developing evidence-based resources, tools, information, knowledge and support services for the best possible health and wellbeing outcomes. And, they do this all while recalling traditional values, and applying them safely, in a contemporary way.
The Le Va symbol is a collection of Pacific motifs portraying the strong and respectful relationships between people, organisations, communities and societies that are maintained by Va, and it conveys Le Va as a Pacific organisation. It also draws upon the colours and shapes from the natural environments of the Pacific Islands.
South Seas Healthcare is Otara’s largest Pacific health provider, delivering a range of clinic, community and social services throughout South Auckland. Our vision is excellent health and well-being for Pacific people and all communities. South Seas is a member of the Alliance Health Plus PHO (Primary Health Organisation), which is New Zealand’s only Pacific-led PHO.
The organisation was founded by a group of health professionals in February 1999, following an identified need to provide Pacific Primary Health Care to the Pacific population in Counties Manukau.
Together, the founders had a broad base of experience in service delivery, policy development and clinical skills in the primary care area.
Since its beginnings, South Seas has grown to be the largest integrated Pacific provider in Otara, where more than 45% of the population identify as being of Pacific descent (2013 Census).
IMACs vision is that all communities are equitably protected from vaccine-preventable diseases. To contribute to this goal, their experts provide advice on immunisation to the health workforce, Government and media. They also provide education, communications and professional development on everything vaccine-related to the health workforce.
IMAC work with Māori, Pacific, and other health providers to ensure our services support greater equity, and better outcomes for everyone.
IMAC work in partnership following the principles of Te Tiriti o Waitangi as they apply to healthcare.
IMAC are a nationwide organisation with a head office based in the School of Population Health at The University of Auckland.
CARING IS OUR CULTURE
The Fono provides affordable services including medical, dental, social, pharmacy, health promotion, education and Whanau Ora spread across six handy locations in Auckland and Northland.
The Fono is a proven leader in delivering health outcomes for the people who need it the most, fostering well, safe, vibrant and informed communities.
The Fono is a result of affiliation agreements between The Fono Trust and Pasifika Horizon Healthcare (2013) and The Peoples Centre Trust (2012). By pooling resources and combining organisations, Auckland communities have more readily accessible quality health services available.
The Fono is focused and committed to reducing the health inequalities of communities by finding innovative ways to deliver culturally appropriate services across all of our locations.
Formed in 1996 as an Incorporated Society, Pasifika Medical Association was established by a group of Pacific medical professionals who identified a need for an association which brought together and provided a forum for Pacific medical professionals including doctors, medical students and other health professionals.
When the early navigators of the Pacific health sector established PMA it was intended to provide a haven to nurture and grow Pacific health professionals. As the organisation has prospered through the voluntary efforts of its executive committees, members and many sponsors and supporters, it has grown to become a leader in workforce development in the region. The commitment shown then is the same today – in fact the commitment may indeed be even stronger.
Our purpose is “Providing opportunities to enable Pacific people to reach their aspirations”.
ProCare is a leading healthcare provider that aims to deliver the most progressive, pro-active and equitable health and wellbeing services in Aotearoa. We do this through our clinical support services, mental health and wellness services, virtual/tele health, mobile health, smoking cessation and by taking a population health and equity approach to our mahi.
As New Zealand’s largest Primary Health Organisation, we represent a network of general practice teams and healthcare professionals who provide care to more than 830,000 people.
These practices serve the largest Pacific and South Asian populations enrolled in general practice and the largest Māori population in Tāmaki Makaurau.
For more information go to www.procare.co.nz.
The MAS Foundation was founded a century ago by a group of forward-thinking doctors. Like them, caring for the communities around us is part of our purpose.
We believe all children and families in Aotearoa New Zealand should enjoy as much good health and wellbeing as possible. But we also know that a lot gets in the way of people flourishing.
That’s where the MAS Foundation comes in.
The MAS Foundation is a philanthropic organisation working to make a difference to the health and wellbeing of people in Aotearoa New Zealand, particularly communities experiencing the most inequity.
The MAS Foundation adopted a proactive values-based approach to grant-making in 2021 following the appointment of Heads of Foundation in a Te Tiriti partnership role. This leadership model has further strengthened our journey of implementing our Te Tiriti o Waitangi commitment.
“We are no ordinary grant-maker. We don’t just give out money – we form long-term partnerships with people and organisations tackling these challenges and work to support these communities”.
MATAKITE (Our Vision)
Kia ora ngātahi ngā tamariki me ngā whānau i Aotearoa – Children and families flourishing together in Aotearoa
WHĀINGA (Our Purpose)
Kia whakapikia te ōritenga hauora, toira hoki – To improve health and well-being equity
“MAS Foundation has a mission of improving health and wellbeing equity and honouring the principles of Te Tiriti o Waitangi. We prioritise these important areas through our mahi with a focus on sustainable long-term systems change.”
WHANONGA PONO (Our Values)
We aim to embrace the following values (that shape our actions) in all we do:
1. Kia kaha, kia māia, kia manawanui – Be bold, be brave, be steadfast.
2. Tika, pono me te aroha – Doing what is right with integrity and fairness, love and compassion.
“E fofō e le alamea le alamea” (Let the issues within the communities be resolved by those in the communities) recognising solutions are within communities.
3. Whiria te tangata – Weaving people together.
“Nāku te rourou, nāu te rourou, ka ora ai te iwi” – with your food basket (contribution) and my food basket, the people will all prosper.