Talofa lava, Malo e lelei, Faka alofa lahi atu,
Kia orana, Ni sa bula vinaka, Taloha ni,
Halo olaketa, Kam na mauri,
and warm Pacific greetings
TOA Pacific Incorporated Society is a not-for-profit organisation that promotes the Rights, Safety and Wellbeing of ‘Treasured Older Adults’, Aiga Carers and Pacific families.
- Older adults are valued and treasured;
- Support of parents and Aiga carers;
- And assures nurturing of children and youth.
- TOA Pacific will provide leadership in delivering services to treasured older adults, Aiga carers and families.
- TOA Pacific will deliver an effective and inclusive service to our communities.
- TOA Pacific will sustain its capacity of recruiting and maintaining highly skilled staff and volunteers to ensure they are valued and supported to be able to service Pacific communities.
- TOA Pacific will achieve best practice principles to administration.
- TOA Pacific will create a strong plan for growth, legacy and succession of excellence.
- Building Capacity and capability within TOA Pacific in response to an aging population
- Clear process maps for all service delivery,
- Operational plan – reviewed quarterly, in line with individual staff work plan review.
- Continued accreditation under Child and Family Support Services and Community Services under s396(3) and x403(1) of the CYF Act 1989
- Training and development..
- custom and tradition
- culture – custom and tradition
- family environment
- Collaboration with other service providers to build collective impact in the sector, rise to the challenge of an aging population, resolve issues and build Pacific families
TOA Pacific acknowledges that there are forms of disseminating information in the mainstream that will not be as effective as alternative modes that acknowledge each Pacific ethnicity, language and custom.
We will therefore be:
- the Rights of Older people
- the services available to Older people through local agencies, service providers, and by the local and central government agencies
- Support the needs of Families of TOAPAC with Whanau best outcomes intended
- Work in partnership with service providers, agencies, churches, Older Peoples groups and the local and central government to provide better service for our Pacific families, Older People and all Aiga Carers that will contribute towards enhanced health and wellbeing.
Management and Staff
Malia Hamani (QSM & JP), is the General Manager and provides the day to day operational management of TOA Pacific. She inspires and leads her team to embrace the challenges that face TOA with courage,passion and innovative solutions. Malia also recognises the importantance and benefits of networking opportunities and positive collaborative relationships.
|Name||Role in Organisation||Ethnicity|
|Malia Hamani||Chief Executive Officer||Tongan|
|Salome Siua Tahitu’a||Project Leader||Tongan|
|Marylynn Pereira||Business Administrator||Samoan|
|Lata Fale||Social Worker||Tongan|
|Lio Tafa||Social Worker||Samoan|
|Tere Teariki||Member||Cook Islands|
|Ina Taveve||Member||Cook Islands|