The Pasefika Proud Campaign addresses violence in Pacific families by using clear, consistent messaging around building strong families, preventing and addressing violence designed, delivered and led by Pacific peoples. Pasefika Proud aims to provide clear and consistent messages about building strong Pacific families, preventing and addressing violence, and changing attitudes and behaviour.
The campaign also provides support and resources for those working in the area of addressing family violence related to workforce development. Support is also provided for relevant Pacific community projects and regional events.
A key focus for Pasefika Proud is to explore what we can more of, differently and collectively, for our communities. Another key focus is to help dispel myths and common beliefs used as excuses for violence. It creates a social climate that normalises peaceful families and advocates for Pacific families to be violence-free.
Users on their website are able to sign up to the Pacific Family Violence Training Programme or access free resources relating to family violence in the Pacific community.
The Health Promotion Agency (HPA) is a Crown entity established under the New Zealand Public Health and Disability Act 2000 and has a Board that is appointed by the Minister of Health. HPA is funded from Vote Health, the levy on alcohol produced or imported for sale in New Zealand and part of the problem gambling levy.
HPA is an evidence-based health promotion organisation, influencing all sectors that contribute to good health and wellbeing. Their work is divided into three main areas: promoting health and wellbeing, enabling health promoting initiatives and environments, and informing health promoting policy and practice.
The HPA leads and delivers innovative, high-quality and cost-effective programmes to help with alcohol, health education resources, immunisation, mental health, minimising gambling harm, nutrition and physical activity, rheumatic fever, skin cancer prevention, tobacco control, and workplace wellbeing. They do this by raising awareness, providing information, and supporting other various organisations with the same objectives.
The Central Pacific Collective acts as an umbrella organisation in support of Pacific service providers. They work collaboratively to address the needs of Pacific peoples and their communities and to ensure a consistent and focused service within the health, education and social services fields.
The Central Pacific Collective partners with Pacific organisations to;
Pasifika Network is a unique communications consultancy agency which specialises in communicating with Pasifika communities. Whether it's developing strategies, implementing a public relations campaign, changing behaviour, building capability, video production, community engagement, graphic design, print production, website development or social media marketing, Pasifika Network is a leading agency for reaching Pasifika communities in Wellington and beyond.
The small team of specialists come from a range of backgrounds and experiences, including commercial public relations and management consultancy, public sector and the NGO sector, event management and commercial sales, as well as graphic design and print production. Pasifika Network boasts an in-house video production unit, skilled writers, strategists and practical community engagement experts to help you get the job done.
Pasifika Network is not only proud to provide communications and event management services to the Gathering of the 3000 but also supporting the initiative through sponsorship.
If you're looking for solutions to engage and communicate with Pasifika communities, Pasifika Network can help get you connected.
Porirua Elim is an evangelical, Pentecostal, church located in the central business area of Porirua City.
The church is a part of the Elim Churches of New Zealand. There are over forty Elim churches throughout the towns and cities of New Zealand. There are Elim churches in forty countries around the world. Elim churches all have a similar aim – the desire to reach up to God in worship, to reach out to our communities in service, and to share the difference Jesus Christ has made in our lives.
The Gathering of the 3000 are proud to be supported by Elim Church Porirua.