To shine a light on resilient and sustainable Pasifika communities by, Leading different types of research that engage Pasifika communities. Bridging the gap between academia and everyday realities by applying our core principle of NIU – Navigating In Unity. Contributing towards producing new knowledge and transformative change, to create safe spaces for empowering people to flourish and thrive.
Meet Our Team
Dr. Siautu Alefaio-Tugia
Talanoa with Pacific parents of autistic children in Aotearoa.
Velonika Nikki Falaniko
Community Surveillance of Freshwater in Oceania: A Study in Samoa
The importance of sustaining equitable health outcomes for Pacific communities
Taulaga Monica Auva'a-Alatimu
Loto Maliē (wilful heart): Understanding Pacific youth mental wellbeing
Exploring the elder caregiving experiences of Samoan carers during COVID19 pandemic alert level 4 lockdown
Na Veivakacokotaki ena Draki Veisau (Sustaining in a Climate of Cascading Disasters): Building forward better through an indigenous Fijian worldview for sustainable livelihoods.
Impact of Social media amongst Pacific communities