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Rotuma Outreach Returns Results

We arrived in Rotuma at around 8:30 AM on the 8th of February, 2019, and returned two weeks later. We were greeted at the airport by the team from Ministry of Health and the Fiji Police Force, who also provided

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UN Women on the ‘Grand Bargain’ and MSP!

Medical Services Pacific feels incredibly humbled to highlighted in this UN Women article on disaster response in the Pacific. It states; “Medical Services Pacific (MSP), one the organisations UN Women is supporting through GAI funding, is expanding health and social

#Myoceanmatters #PYO2017

Medical Services Pacific fully supports the movement that is My Oceans Matter 2017, Pacific year for the Ocean. We encourage everyone to do their part in making changes in their everyday lives towards having a healthier ocean. Visit for

MSP is going back to School !

MSP and the Ministry of Education, Heritage and Arts have joined hands to raise awareness on Child Rights and Reproductive Health Rights, information and services. On 19th October, Medical Services Pacific signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Ministry of

Suicide Prevention – Who to call – When to call

What is your understanding of suicide? Not very many people want to talk about the tragedy of suicide—especially when it involves young people. Taking one’s own life is generally considered taboo. The reasons people choose suicide are highly debated and

Listening to the Kids – the Children’s Helpline and World Day Against Child Labour

Friday 12th June is the World Day Against Child Labour, which seeks to bring awareness and action to eliminate child labour around the world. In its most extreme forms, child labour involves children being enslaved, separated from their families, exposed

New candle-making business is a shining light for survivors of sexual violence

A new small business created by young survivors of sexual violence is helping to increase confidence and build new skills and resilience among survivors and their families. Marking International Women’s Day, Candles for Survivors was launched by the President of

MSP Celebrates Breast Cancer Awareness Month!

International Day of Rural Women On 15 October Medical Services Pacific (MSP), with the contribution of many generous women, provided free bras to rural women in Lawai Village and to female market vendors at Sigatoka Town in celebration of the

A month of partnerships

Health Fair Happenings Health Fairs are a fantastic way to allow a community to understand their health status, to inspire and encourage them to live a more healthy life, and to provide early detection of problems before they result in

Road trip, art and chocolate cake…

It’s good to see that the rain clouds have passed over at last and the sun is shining again.  Here’s an update of what the MSP team have been up to recently. New MOU strengthens services for women and youth at