10,000 Toes is now in 10 countries around the South Pacific, helping to combat the devastating impacts of diabetes and other lifestyle diseases.
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More than 200 people have learned how to do simple health assessments using the 10,000 Toes kits.
Following strict COVID-19 directives, Pacific Adventist University (PAU) was one of the few institutions in Papua New Guinea authorised to hold a graduation ceremony for
Pelenise Alofa and Dr Patrick Pikacha have received international recognition for their environmental achievements in the South Pacific.
In a week of health emphasis, several activities were conducted bringing health awareness to PAU faculty, students and surrounding communities.
For the first time in the history of Pacific Adventist University the tertiary institution has a Papua New Guinean at the helm.
Hundreds of leaders from around the South Pacific Division (SPD) and beyond attended an online “Leadership Essentials” program over four days last week.
Dr Lozano and his wife Anita have appreciated the warmth and friendliness shown to them during their time at PAU.
Calls for prayer around the Pacific, as PAU is impacted by COVID-19.
More than 2000 people attended the programs or watched online.