Pasifika Peer Talanoa

Pasifika Peer Talanoa provides a culturally safe and responsive forum where Pasifika Allied Professionals can bring their whole selves and engage in mana-enhancing talanoa. It has alignment with the principles of western supervision processes. Pasifika Peer Talanoa was developed by PAHANZ and LeVa and has been successfully implemented in Northern region. 


Kia Ora Hauora

Kia Ora Hauora (KOH) the ‘Māori Health as a Career Programme’ is a national Māori health workforce development programme established to increase the overall number of Māori working in the health and disability sector. The KOH programme engages with Māori students, current health workers, and community members seeking a career in health, promoting health careers, both clinical and non-clinical. 



Le Va and Pasifika Allied Health Aotearoa New Zealand (PAHANZ)

Le Va’s purpose is to support Pasifika people to unleash their full potential. They offer carefully designed evidence-based resources, tools, information, knowledge and support services for the best possible health and wellbeing outcomes. They do this while recalling traditional values, and applying them safely, in a contemporary way. PAHAnz was formed as a partnership between Le Va and Te Whatu Ora to provide a platform for collaborACTION, focusing on workforce leadership, and growing the size and skills of Pasifika allied health professionals. It is also a platform to network and share best and promising practice for Pasifika people in the Allied Health fields. Click on the link below to check out their website for more information and details on the latest courses:


Last updated 24 March 2023.