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Stat of the week: In French Polynesia, the prevalence of undernourishment is 4% in 2020
In French Polynesia, the prevalence of undernourishment is 4% in 2020. Prevalence of undernourishment is the percentage of the population whose habitual food consumption is insufficient to provide the dietary energy levels that are required to maintain a…
Marshall Islands: A whole society approach for non-communicable diseases
Youths take non-communicable diseases awareness to the western highlands in Papua New Guinea
Starting them young on nutrition
Across the Pacific young people are taking responsibility for their future health with the: Wake Up ! Project
Be active for the International Day of Sport for Development and Peace
Stat of the week: There was a 6.4% reduction in the age-standardised prevalence of tobacco use among men and women in Nauru between 2015 and 2020
There was a 6.4% reduction in the age-standardised prevalence of tobacco use among men and women in Nauru between 2015 and 2020. This is a significant progression for our own health and the health of our loved ones.
World Diabetes Day: Why health education is important
Photo: Diabetes education session in Tonga, supported by SPC This year’s theme for World Diabetes Day is ‘education to protect tomorrow’. It is a recognition that today we have more access to science literature and resources to improve the quality of…
Digi-he@lth project: healthy child for a promising future
Discover how the Digi-he@lth project, implemented by SPC, in conjunction with the Wallis and Futuna Catholic Education Office and with funding support provided by the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) and the Fonds d’…