Professional development and training contributes to significant increase in Pacific women doctors
Series of stories for 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence 2022 In the Pacific, women represent 75 percent of the nursing workforce and 48 per cent of doctors – a significant increase of 18 per cent in female doctors in the past 10 years…
[email protected] project: healthy child for a promising future
Discover how the [email protected] project, implemented by SPC, in conjunction with the Wallis and Futuna Catholic Education Office and with funding support provided by the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) and the Fonds d’…
To stay healthy, eat your colours: Local fruits, vegetables and tubers, our best allies for staying healthy
Play-based learning initiative inspiring healthy living habits for children in Wallis and Futuna
Healthy Tips: Aim to eat from each food group at every meal
Aim to eat from each food group at every meal. Your meal should contain food from the 3 food groups: Energy, body building and protective foods. Fill half your plate with vegetables and remember that one plate is enough. Find out more here.
Healthy Tips: Send your children back to school with healthy lunches
Send your children back to school with healthy lunches. Be sure to make use of locally available produce. Don't forget to remind them to keep practising proper handwashing. Find out more about nutrition on the Public Health Division's website.
Healthy Tips: Live Healthy, Stay Healthy
Small, everyday changes in how we eat and move, can lead to lifelong benefits to our health. Get the “Live Healthy, Stay Healthy” Booklet and take the wellness challenge! Visit this link to get your copy. Pacific guidelines for healthy living
Pacific Community announces the results of the Pacific Healthy Recipe Contest
The Pacific Community’s (SPC) Public Health Division launched a recipe contest in February this year to promote healthy eating and to encourage the use of local ingredients. It is important to promote healthy, locally sourced recipes with reduced levels…
Wake Up! When Pacific youth stands up for the health of their communities
For the third consecutive year, young people from different Pacific island states and territories have the opportunity to spread prevention and control messages for noncommunicable diseases (NCDs) using different media, thanks to the Wake Up! Project,…