Lavinia Ngatoko

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Registrations open for short course in health promotion
Registrations for Intake One of the short course in health promotion are NOW OPEN! Do you want to be empowered with new tools for your kete as a health promoter? Do you want to broaden your knowledg…

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Pae Ora Tiriti Futures
By Nā Chris Webber Whāia te iti kahurangi, ki te tuohu koe, me he maunga teitei Seek the treasure that you value most dearly, if you bow your head, let it be to a lofty mountain. Chris Webber As o…

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HPF kaumātua, Bishop Richard Rangi Wallace leaves lasting legacy
The legacy left to the Health Promotion Forum of NZ by the late Bishop of Te Waipounamu the Right Reverend Richard Rangi Wallace will endure for years to come.   Bishop Richard, who passed away on Ja…

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HPF has exciting new developments for New Year
Hari tau hou tātou kātoa - Happy New Year everyone! We hope you had a good break over the festive season and took some time out to refocus on your health and  wellbeing. We’re sure you, like us, are …

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Meri Kirihmeti from the HPF team
It’s hard to believe another year has flown by and the festive season is already upon us!  We're sure, like us, you're looking forward to taking some time out over the holidays to rest, rejuvenate, c…

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HPF's achievements highlighted at AGM
HPF’s continued service to the public health sector and communities, both at the national and global level, was  acknowledged by HPF’s Board Chairman Mark Simiona at our AGM today.  Mr Simiona touche…

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Change to CoA fees
The fees for the online Certificate in Achievement of Health Promotion (CoA) will be changing effective from January 1, 2024. Jointly offered by the Manukau Institute of Technology (MIT) and HPF the …

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Research to examine impact of unhealthy food taxes in Tonga
Congratulations to HPF’s Dr Viliami Puloka and Otago University’s Dr Andrea Teng who have been awarded a Marsden Fund Standard grant to investigate the effects of Tonga’s world-leading, comprehensive …

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OPINION: Women's role in sustaining peace more critical than ever
By Sione Tu'itahi Ten years ago today, on my only granddaughter’s third birthday, I wrote that it is my wish that she grows up in a world that is peaceful and safe.  Like all grandparents of the wor…

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Webishop to discuss resilience of Indigenous health promotion
Registrations are open for our next webishop, where we’ll be joined by a panel of health experts to look at the resilience of Indigenous health promotion in the face of political shifts and challenges…

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