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Pasefika Proud launches online Pacific service directory

May 25, 2017 at 3:40 PM

*From the New Zealand Family Violence Clearinghouse*

Pasefika Proud has launched an online Pacific service directory on the redesigned Pasefika Proud website.

The directory was developed in response to requests from Pacific communities. The directory lists more than 400 Pacific service providers and services available for Pacific peoples. You can search the directory by location, Pacific ethnic group and service type.

For the latest news from Pasefika Proud check out stories on the website and sign up for the newsletter.

Related news

See the previous NZFVC story on the ethnic specific Family Violence Training Programmes being offered by Pasefika Proud.



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