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WOW curates webinar gatherings on subjects that require amplification. We work holistically with stakeholders to improve awareness, resources and public policy.

Self care is the ability of individuals, families and communities to promote health, prevent disease, maintain health, and cope with illness and disability with or without the support of a health worker.


Self care recognizes individuals as active agents in managing their own health care, in areas including health promotion; disease prevention and control; self-medication; providing care to dependent persons, and rehabilitation, including palliative care.

Currently 3.6 billion people – half of the world – lack access to essential health services. WHO recommends self-care interventions for every country and economic setting, as a critical path to reach universal health coverage, promote health, keep the world safe, and serve the vulnerable.

EDucating: Self care Strategies for Health
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SUPPORTING Victims of Sexual Harassment

WOW advocates for targets of sexual harassment at work and aims to ensure their recovery if they are in the workers compensation system is NOT impeded by processes that add another layer of unnecessary trauma.

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SUPPORTING Domestic & Family Violence Victims/survivors

Working with our partners the Women's Advocate program was rolled out in 2020 and is a training program delivered by Lived Experience Advocates for workplaces designed to build better support and recovery for women victims/survivors working to reclaim their lives. It has a particular focus on employment security, financial safety, mental health and self care.

WOW delivers 3 Mental Health Initiatives

  1. 'Culture of Care' We take this program to building communities, enabling them to encourage a wellness campaign where large populations gather. We support this  with content and a building community self care speaker program. We go way beyond current wellness initiatives and deliver upstream education for leadership with a focus on preventing moral injury.

  2. 1st Responder Chat With A Chaplain, a confidential service for building population communities, providing practical care when things get tough. Everyone needs someone to talk with. We always refer on to appropriate services for those requiring additional support.

  3. Self Care Lounges - WOW curates Self Care Lounges for Events and Crisis Response including disaster preparedness

Mental Health

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climate change Advocacy: Pacific Neighbours

Being a good neighbour requires far more than 'aid' it requires a commitment to holistic wellbeing of all people in our region and that includes the impact of climate change.

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