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Language vital for Pacific peoples’ wellbeing

March 18, 2021

HPF commends Government’s efforts in helping to reverse the decline in the use of Pacific languages.According to comparisons from Census 2013 to Censu...


HPF’s Pacific strategist to teach new uni paper

July 21, 2020

A new paper being introduced in September by the University of Otago for those working with Pacific peoples and communities will be taught by HPF’s Se...


Pacific plan ‘encouraging’

July 17, 2020

A new Pacific health action plan’s cross-governmental approach to addressing not only diseases, but the underlying determinants of health such as educ...


Fonua Ola useful tool for family resilience

June 4, 2020

A webinar exploring how the Pacific model Fonua Ola can be adapted as a tool for building Pacific family strengths and resilience, to help address pla...

Case Studies

Why Pasifika Health Models? Do They Work?

April 1, 2020

by Sione Tu’itahi, Executive Director, Health Promotion Forum of New Zealand (HPF) Auckland University of Technology (AUT), August 19, 2015


Landmark ruling opens door for climate refugees

January 28, 2020

A historic ruling based on a complaint filed by a Pacific Islander in New Zealand has opened the door to climate-change asylum claims. The UN Human Ri...


Pacific environment focus of symposium

October 8, 2019

HPF’s Executive Director, Sione Tu’itahi joined a panel of speakers, who are passionate and committed to helping Pacific people combat climate change,...


Women in Pacific play vital agricultural role

October 4, 2019

The leading role of women in agriculture throughout the Pacific must be recognised and supported says the Deputy Prime Minister of Samoa Fiame Naomi M...


Reflections from the Pacific

July 11, 2019

Dr Viliami Puloka, HPF’s Pacific Strategist looks back at the amazing Pacific experience at IUHPE2019 in Rotorua. Fakafeta’I, malo lava, vinaka ...


Pasifika workshop thought-provoking

October 25, 2018

The importance of health promotion for Pacific communities was emphasised at the Pasifika Health Promotion workshop in Christchurch on October 19. The...


Wellbeing from knowing to doing

September 20, 2018

Looking at ways to help empower Pasifika peoples to achieve wellbeing and health – moving from knowledge to action – will be the main aim ...


Diabetes revelations stun delegates

August 29, 2018

As keynote speaker at the Pacific Wave Forum in Auckland from August 6 to 7 Dr Viliami Puloka showed findings that surpassed common perceptions of the...


A few moments with Colin Tukuitonga

May 23, 2017

Without a doubt, a stand out figure from the global health, health promotion and public health sectors is Colin Tukuitonga.  Speaking from Noumea, Col...

Case Studies

The Fono: a health promotion model with a Pacific focus

October 4, 2016

Health Promotion Forum works with organisations at all levels of health promotion and social development.  It is forging close working relationships w...


Home grown solutions

April 26, 2016

Health Promotion Forum’s Senior Health Promotion Strategist Dr Viliami Puloka presented his thoughts home grown solutions to the Pacific’s...


Zika virus has health promotion implications

February 17, 2016

The cluster of Zika virus outbreaks and the associated neurological disorders has caused global concern; particularly in tropical and sub-tropical are...


Non-communicable diseases in paradise

January 12, 2016

Non-communicable diseases (NCDs) are among the most serious threats to global prosperity and 80% of NCD deaths occur in lower income countries.  Dr Vi...


Pasifika Health and Nutrition Challenges

November 15, 2015

The Pacific community in the islands and in New Zealand are nutritionally challenged.  They have the lion’s hsare of nutritionally related healt...


Matapoto pea Lotopoto

October 25, 2015

This paper – by HPF’s Executive Director, Sione Tu’itahi – aims to contribute to the development of Pacific leadership in heal...


“Inequalities stymie health gains for Polynesians”

December 15, 2014

  “Making inroads into the elimination of child poverty may just be the remedy we all need for the ever increasing costs to the health system. Ke...


Inequalities stymie health gains for Polynesians – Manawatu Standard

December 15, 2014

  “Making inroads into the elimination of child poverty may just be the remedy we all need for the ever increasing costs to the health system. Ke...

Case Studies

Tonga prioritises NCDs

November 23, 2014

HPF’s Senior Health Promotion Strategist in charge of the Pacific portfolio, Dr Viliami Puloka, reports that non-communicable diseases (NCDs) – ...


South West Pacific health promotion development planned

April 30, 2014

South West Pacific health promotion leaders have undertaken in March to develop a work plan that includes research, New Zealand representation at glob...


Kautaha: a strengths-based approach to building health and wellbeing

April 14, 2014

Pacific families and communities are taking increased control over their wellbeing and future, with initiatives such as Whanau Ora and Fanau Ola. With...


Reducing Inequality: A Strategy for a Cause

December 14, 2013

  Bruce Jesson Lecture 2013 “Assertive, if not aggressive approach” called for by the Right Hon Sir Edmund Thomas   Retired Court Appe...


Call for action on Pacific Child Poverty – Dec 2013

December 12, 2013

Pacific health researchers called for a greater focus and action around Pacific children in their early years to break the cycle of poverty before thi...


New Paper explores Tongan concepts to inform Pacific health promotion

May 5, 2013

A new paper, published today, makes a further contribution to the development of Pacific leadership in health, education and other sectors. Providing ...


Exploring the Whanau Ora Policy for Pacific health Promotion

March 25, 2011

Exploring the Whanau Ora Policy for Pacific health Promotion Workshop held in Porirua March 15 2011. The presenter was Sione Tu’itahi of HPF. Si...



October 25, 2010

“Seitapu – sei is a flower worn in your hair, tapu is the sacred position of the flower on the head, put together it is a strong force of ...