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South Pacific Chief Nursing and Midwifery Officers Alliance (SPCNMOA)

The SPCNMOA is an alliance that is engaged in various ongoing activities that strengthen nursing and midwifery provision as well as partnerships throughout the South Pacific region.

VISION
Effective partnerships and coordinated approaches for strengthening nursing and midwifery to improve Pacific health in an equitable and sustainable manner.

MISSION
Strengthening nursing and midwifery capacity as a key priority for Pacific health systems development, through country ownership and leadership.

Who we Are

Through the partnership between the World Health Organization Western Pacific Regional Office, SPCNMOA and the WHO Collaborating Centre UTS,  the Alliance aims to enhance nursing and midwifery effectiveness through promoting and improving population health in the region.

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The Secretariat of the SPCNMOA

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 prog-of-workProgram of Work

Strategy developed in collaboration with Chief Nurses and Midwives of the SPCNMOA

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OFFICIAL PUBLICATIONS

Official brochure of the SPCNMOA

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DFAT Australia Awards Fellowship (AAF)

This AAF program funded by DFAT is developed by the WHO CC UTS in close collaboration with the SPCNMOA. The fellows work with a Mentor who is a member of SPCNMOA and a leader in a position of influence in their country. This model is designed to promote relevant and sustainable nursing and midwifery activities for population health in the Fellows’ home countries. While in Australia, Fellows gain valuable insight and
learning from each other and from internationally renowned health experts while they further develop their country-specific action plans.

DFAT: Australia Awards Fellowship Program

2017 Poster

WHO CC UTS supports health system strengthening in the Pacific, November 2016

Australia Awards Fellowship Case Studies

Cook Islands

Kiribati

Papua New Guinea

Solomon Islands

Tonga

Vanuatu

Fiji

Niue

Samoa

Tokelau

Tonga

Tuvalu

Nauru

2SER Interviews with 2016 AAF Fellows

Health Challenges in the Pacific Islands

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Response by Dr Margaret Chan, Director-General of WHO

Response by Dr Margaret Chan, Director-General of WHO             
                  Dr. Chan             
By                GNWHOCC             
 
On June 2011 the Global Network  Secretariat received an answer by Dr. Chan WHO Director General, regarding the letter sent in May 2011 on the vacancy of  the Coordinator, Health Professions, Nursing and Midwifery post at WHO.  The letter can be downloaded below.             
 
 
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Second Letter to Dr. Margaret Chan, WHO Director General

Second Letter to Dr. Margaret Chan, WHO Director General             
Second letter sent regarding the vacancy of the Coordinator, Health Professions, Nursing and Midwifery post at WHO             
By GNWHOCC             
 
In August 2011 the Global Network  Secretariat replied the letter ceived from Dr. Chan WHO Director General, regarding the letter sent in May 2011 on the vacancy of  the Coordinator, Health Professions, Nursing and Midwifery post at WHO.  The letter can be downloaded below.             
 
 
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