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Advancement of Education
 

Health Star Pacific Trust's objectives support the "advancement of education” in the following areas:
 

·         Enhancing education through early childhood centres

·         Developing the character of young people

·         Delivering vocational training 
 


HEALTH STAR PACIFIC TRUST is a non government organisation established by the Founding Trustees under the Charitable Trusts Act 1957 for the sole purpose of performing charitable work.

“I am not an individual; I am an integral part of the cosmos. I share divinity with my ancestors, the land, the seas and the skies. I am not an individual, because I share my tofi (an inheritance) with my family, my village and my nation. I belong to my family and my family belongs to me. I belong to my village and my village belongs to me. I belong to my nation and my nation belongs to me. This is the essence of my belonging.”

Tui Atua Tupua Tamasese Ta’isi Efi, Head of State of the Independent State of Samoa


 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Early Childhood Education Centres – HSPT Community Vision 2012

The last 2 years saw HSPT committed to supporting 50 Pacific Early Childhood Education Centres (ECECs) around Auckland with workshops through the year. Because of funding constraints, HSPT had to cut down the participating ECECS to only 20 with only 2 workshops during the year despite the success of the ‘Community Partnership’ program. HSPT acknowledges the collaboration and partnership with ARPHS in enabling the CV program to continue.
Early Childhood Education Centres – HSPT Community Vision 2011

In 2011, 50 Pacific Early Childhood Education Centres participated in 4 workshops organised by HSPT with 26 ECECs having a MOU with HSPT. A big part of the successfulness of the ‘Community Vision’ program is the collaboration between ARPHS and HSPT. This included cooking demonstrations and gardening training for ECEC teachers. HSPT supported 8 ECECs apply for CMDHB ‘Community Funding Grants’ in which all were successful.
Training & mentoring to develop character of Pacific boxing talents

The David Tua vs Demitris King boxing event in 2011 provided HSPT the opportunity to promote the organisation to a wider audience by sponsoring 4 up and coming Pacific boxing talents though Event Polynesia. The sponsorship meets the Trust’s objectives in the advancement of education in the development of character of young people through funding of training and mentoring program in addition to mainstream TV publicity and media exposure for HSPT.
New Zealand workforce response 2011 post tsunami Samoa

The mobilisation of New Zealand nurses by the Samoa Health Mission (SHM) in response to a request from Samoa Ministry of Health in 2011 to deliver health service post tsunami provided HSPT with a unique opportunity to support vocational training as part of its Trust objectives in the advancement of education. Supporting the SHM post tsunami project is an extension of HSPTs earlier involvement in the tsunami response in 2009 in which some of its staff were volunteers.
Early Childhood Education Centres – HSPT Community Vision 2010

The success of the innovative thinking by HSPT in building a meaningful relationship with Pacific ECECs has also provided the opportunity for collaboration with Auckland Regional Public Health Services (ARPHS) as co-sponsor of 5 workshops during the year for 28 participating Pacific ECECs in 2010; also Auckland Regional Dental Service. The ongoing financial commitment by HSPT to the ‘Community Vision’ programs meets its trust objectives in the advancement of education.
Early Childhood Education Centres – HSPT Community Vision 2009

The ‘Community Vision’ program involved HSPT funding and organising 5 workshops during the year for reps from 32 Pacific Early Childhood Education centres (ECECs), now includes the rest of Auckland (CMDHB & WDHB areas). HSPT supported applications by ECECs in the ADHB area for the HEHA 2008 funding in which all 13 applications were successful, all with water fountains, some for resources, others for vegetable gardens and kitchen utensils.
Early Childhood Education Centres – HSPT Community Vision 2008

The HSPT ‘Community Vision’ program followed the success of the HSPT ‘Community Partnership’ in engaging Pacific communities, but with HSPT focusing more on special interest community groups relevant to its services as part of its charitable work. The 2008 CV program involved HSPT funding and organising 5 workshops throughout the year for teachers from 20 Pacific Early Childhood Education Centres (ECECs) in the Auckland District Health Board (ADHB) area.
 
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