PEMNET TRAIN THE TRAINERS WAS A SUCCESS
The Pacific Emergency Maternal and Neonatal Training (PEMNeT) workshop held in Auckland 31July-2Aug was a huge success. Thirty five participants from eleven countries in the Pacific took part in the training programme. The train-the-trainers workshop is part of the the implementation strategy to embed the PEMNeT training program
Catalyst 4 Change- Achieving Sustainable Development Goals for Women,Children and their Families Conference
The Catalyst4Change Conference exceeded all expectations – it was a celebration of Pacific culture, ingenuity and relationships. The keynote speakers rose to the task set by the TAHA team. The Setting the scene, Hon Peseta Sam Lotu-Iiga and Hon Tuilaepa Aiono Sailele Malielegaoi, spoke on the achievements and vision
Workforce and Research benefits from Send Hope Not Flowers donation
The Pacific Society for Reproductive Health Charitable Trust received Au$30,000 from Send Hope Not Flowers (HNF) charity of Australia. The co-founder of SHNF, Emma McDonald, in handing over the funds congratulated PSRH in initiating projects and delivering programmes that benefit women and children in the Pacific Islands.