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Celebrating the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of Pacific women.

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Recognize and show appreciation of the sacrifices and hard work of our dearest mothers. It’s her we turn to when needs arise. Thank you.

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Enabling women to develop strong networks locally and nationally, taking advantage of our international connections.

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Equal for Equal

March 14, 2020
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(PWPBN) International Women’s Day Celebration 2020, PWPBN’s 4th International Women’s Day, celebrating this year’s theme ‘Each for Equal’. In her opening remarks, PWPBN Lead Executive Donina Va’a highlighted the networks drive for a better and fairer future for Pacific women and the networks intentions to see more women in leadership roles. PWPBN announced its new collaboration with the Department of Education. A pilot project which will be rolled out in 3 high schools with a focus on leadership, identity, inclusion, resilience and navigating promising futures.

The traditional nursing traits of care and calm have brought reassurance, love, courage, and hope to the world during this time of uncertainty. The PWPBN board wished all Nurses, a blessed and delightful International Nurses Day 2020. Coincidently, just before the COVID-19 lockdown, the PWPBN held its 4th International Women’s Day Dinner on March 14th and we watched a special interview of one of our guest speakers who was called to lead the COVID-19 Intervention Team in Fiji. Menime Tanuvasa Lene, a nurse now a Health consultant with DFAT. May, we all be reminded of how important nurses are in protecting the health of those in our community, especially the vulnerable. Your courage, love, and sincerity are very much appreciated. From ours to yours THANK YOU God Bless

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