Auckland District Health Board

The ADHB Pacific Health team is responsible for policy development, planning and funding, provider management, quality, and clinical leadership across the primary, secondary and tertiary sectors. They work as part of an integrated approach where all of ADHB is responsible for meeting the needs of our Pacific population. The Pacific Health Team advises, advocates for, supports and assists ADHB to improve health outcomes and reduce health inequalities of Pacific peoples and their communities. The delivery of effective and quality services for Pacific people is paramount. The team provides leadership and support to community based services delivered by Pacific providers and other organisationsADHB Pacific health


An Asia Pacifc Spolight on Health Inequity
An Asia Pacific spotlight on health inequity: Taking action to address the social and environmental determinants of health inequity across Asia Pacific: Executive Summary”. Report of the Asia Pacific hub of Global Action for Health Equity Network,


Best Health Outcomes for Pacific Peoples

A resource booklet prepared for the Medical Council of New Zealand by Maui Ora Associates. 


Ministry of Health 

Ministry of Health offer information on the Ministry's dedicated work programme to achieve health and wellbeing for Pacific peoples, as well as resources and publications from other organisations and institutions.  MoH Pacific Health 


Ministry of Pacific Island Affairs

The Ministry is Government’s premier adviser on policies and interventions to promote the social, economic and cultural development of Pacific peoples in New Zealand. Pacific Island Affairs


University of Auckland

The University of Auckland has an extensive library of Pasifika resources link here


Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences, School of Population Health

The Pacific Health Section (Pacific Health) is one of seven sections located within the School of Population Health in the Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences. FMHS - Pacific Health


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