Friday 11 March 2022, 10.00 am to 12.00 pm
PIACT is the point of reference for Pacific people and mainstream organization in matters relating to the needs of Southlands Pacific community.
To promote the wellbeing, education and cultural development of people of Pacific Island ancestry now resident in Southland and to provide an official channel to represent such people in matters concerning their welfare.
An integrated Pacific community on equal footing with mainstream New Zealand while retaining cultural integrity.
We have relationship agreement with Hokanui Runanga and CIDANZ to support our Pacific community.
Office Manager / Whanau Resilience Kaimahi
Whanau Ora Navigator & Community Linkage Worker
Cook Island Whanau Ora Navigator
Reception & Administrative Assistant
Support Worker -Receptionist
KEW Pacific Island ELC Manager
- Garry Lay - Chairman
- Matua Kuresa - Samoan Community
- Lagi Kuresa - Samoan Community
- Tere Rima - Cook Island Community
- Tere Papatua Iorangi - Cook Island Community
- Tauea Teweti - Kiribati & Tuvaluan Community
- Elvira Koroiadi - Fijian Community
- Api Mafua -Tonga Community
Kew Pacific Early Learning Centre
Our Kew Pacific Early Learning Centre provides a learning environment that is rich in Pasifika language, culture, and identity. Cultural values such as love, spirituality, respect, and tautua (service) are strongly reflected through the curriculum. Our preschool open Monday to Friday from 8.30 am to 3.00 pm. Enrollment are available please contact our centre.
Phone : 03 214 3237
Location: 177 Elizabeth Street, Invercargill.