A webinar presented by Debbie Sorensen, Chief Executive of Pasifika Medical Association, and Pasifika Futures.
The impact of COVID-19 within the Pacific region could be devastating if regional community partners are not adequately supported, and the public-health messaging is not coordinated or informed.
The Pasifika Medical Association is a network of Pacific health professionals, working collaboratively to strengthen Pacific health workforce capacity and meet the health needs of Pacific people across the region.
This webinar is an opportunity to hear from them about what they identify as the critical issues facing the Pacific region as they respond to the COVID crisis, and the things NGOs in New Zealand need to consider to best support their Pacific partners.
What does the pandemic mean for the localisations of public-health programming, and the Pacific Reset agenda?
Debbie Sorensen D.C.C.T, CMInstD, NZRPN
Chief Executive of Pasifika Futures, and the Pasifika Medical Association, Director of (International) Health Specialists Ltd, and a Trustee of the Fred Hollows Foundation.
Debbie Sorensen is a New Zealand-born Tongan, a health strategist and management expert specialising in projects that address the health challenges that face Pacific communities in New Zealand and in the Pacific region.
She played a leading role in the establishment of the Pacific health sector in New Zealand and continues to be active in the Pacific region in delivering specialist health services and building workforce capacity and capability in partnership with Ministries of Health.
Debbie has received a number of awards, and most recently was awarded the Westpac Women of Influence 2019 Public Policy Award.
Please, save it into your calendar and join the Zoom Event: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88970620656