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The CCN Pacific Caucus (CCNPC) is a collective of Pacific representatives on workstreams and service level alliances, and ex-officio representatives from the Canterbury DHB, CCN and primary health organisations.
The group's purpose is to promote a coordinated focus on equitable health outcomes for Pacific peoples in all the CCN work in Canterbury, and support each other in doing this. The main objectives of the group are to provide support to Pacific representatives and use the collective Pacific skillsets, strengthening contributions to WS and SLAs.
To contribute to the aspiration of equitable health outcomes for Pacific, the health needs of Pacific People must be prioritised across all CCN WS and SLAs in planning, implementation and evaluation processes.
A range of content for Pacific peoples is now on the COVID-19 website, and includes a regular bulletin of information. The information is available here.
A new action plan for Pacific people has been launched by Associate Health Minister Jenny Salesa.
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A framework for improving health outcomes for Pacifica peoples.
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A resource for planning healthy, resilient and sustainable communities
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