Koe vave ‘oe fa’elee

Kuo vave ‘ae taimi ke ke fe’iloaki mo ho’o pepee Koe ngaahi fa’e’I eni ‘e tokoni mo teuteu’I koe ke fakasi’isi’I ha’o toe hoha’a kihe fa’ele pea ke ‘ilo’I pau ‘ae halafononga neke fou mai ai he feitama.

NGAAHI FAKA’ILONGA  FAKATOKANGA ‘IHE FEITAMA

Fetu’utaki kihe fale fa’ele (LMC) pe kihe Loki Fa’ele he vave taha kapau ‘e ha ‘ae ngaahi faka’ilongani: 

  • Felangaaki pe langa fa’ele te’eki ke hoko ho ‘aho fa’ele
  • ‘Au toto 
  • Ha’u ha huhu’a pe vai meiho fakafefine
  • Si’isi’I ke ngaue pepee pea kehe ‘ene ngaunguee
  • Lua lahi
  • Tu’umamahi
  • Ha’u ha huhu’a meihe fakafefine pea fakatupu veli pe nanamu
  • Ma’olunga faka tu’upakee ho toto pea ha lahi e polotini ho’o tu’uofi koe faka’ilonga ia ‘oe pre-eclamsia.

Ngaahi Faka’ilonga kehe:

  • Langa’ulu
  • Palopolema ho’o sio
  • Langa lahi kilalo he tafa’aki mata’u ho palalulu
  • Lua lahi ta’e’uhinga
  • Fufula fakafokifa ho va’e mata, nima moe va’ee

Teuteu kiha Pepee

Oku lahi ‘ae ngaahi feitu’u keke fili kiai ho’o fa’ele kau ai ‘a ‘api, pe falemahaki pe ngaahi feitu’u fa’ele he komiuniti.’Oku totonu ke kau e talanoa koia ‘iho’o ngaahi palani talanoa moe ma’uli pe taha ‘oku ne tokanga’I koee.

‘Oku fakaha he sitetisitika koe tokolahi ‘oe kau fa’ee Pasifiki ‘oku nau fa’ele fakanatula pe. Koe talanoa koee moho’o LMC, kapau ‘oku nomolo ho’o feitama pea teke lava pe ke fili keke fa’ele pe ‘I ‘api pe ‘ihe ngaahi senta fa’ele

Kapau teke fili keke fa’ele ‘I falemahaki pe ‘ihe ngaahi ‘iuniti he komiunitii, ‘oku totonu ke ‘iai hao taimi keke ‘alu ‘o takai he ngaahi feitu’u koiaa keke ‘ilo lelei. Lomi’I ‘ae faka’ilonga ko’eni keke ‘ilo ‘ae ngaahi senita ko’eni ‘Ihe vahe ‘Okalani.

Koho’o ‘ilo pe ngaahi feitu’u keke fa’ele ai p eke teuteu leva kihe fa’ele kau ai ‘ae ngaahi me’ani:

  • Teuteu ha kato
  • Teuteu ha me’alele
  • Vakai’I ho kau tokoni
  • Tokanga’I e fanau kapau teke fa’ele
  • Fakafiemalie ‘iha ‘atakai lelei
  • Teuteu ha nofo’anga pepe he kaa. Lomi’I ‘ae faka’ilonga ko’eni kake lava ‘o ‘ilo e feitu’u ‘e haea pe fakau ai e sea ka pepee

Faka’ilonga ‘oe Langaa

Kapau oku ke ongo’I teke fa’ele, fetu’utaki kiho’o KMC pe loki fa’ele kenau ‘ilo’I ‘ae me’a ‘oku hoko. Tenau tokoni’I koe he me’a ke fai.

Ngaahi faka’ilonga ‘oe langaa:

  • Felangaaki moe Langaa fa’ele
  • ‘Au toto meihe fakafefine
  • Pa moe lanu

MANATU’I KE TAUHI ‘AE FIKA FETU’UTAKI HO’O LMC MOE LOKI FA’ELE KEKE ‘ILO ‘AE FEITU’U TEKE ‘ALU KIAI

 Teuteu kiho’o Pepee- Ngaahi fiema’u

Content provided by Mary Matagi

Mary Matagi currently works as a midwife.  She is also one of two National Pasifika representatives on the New Zealand College of Midwives.  Having worked previously for more than 10 years within the Plunket Society as a Registered Comprehensive Nurse, then qualifying as a Midwife since 1997, Mary brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise which spans more than 20 years within the Health profession.  Mary's passion and commitment has always been to serving the Pasifika communities to the best of her ability; especially the mothers, babies and vulnerable families - in an effort to improving health literacy, raise awareness and prompting early engagement with health services.  ‘The work we do is multi-faceted, requiring a multi-pronged approach – the only way forward to improving health outcomes for all, is through working collectively as a unified group if we are to make a significant difference.’