Hi My name is Mia J Kacen,
Promotional Brief: Mia’s Health – Empowering the Solomon Islands and Pacific Communities
Mia’s Health is proud to introduce our impactful initiatives aimed at improving the well-being of individuals and communities in the Pacific. With a strong commitment to social responsibility, we sponsor the Solomon Islands Kurukuru Futsal National Men’s Team and have established Pacific 5 Plus, a groundbreaking program to prevent and control non-communicable diseases (NCDs) across the region. These initiatives embody our mission of fostering health, wellness, and unity among Pacific Islanders.
Sponsorship of Solomon Islands Kurukuru Futsal National Men’s Team:
Mia’s Health is thrilled to be the proud sponsor of the Solomon Islands Kurukuru Futsal National Men’s Team. Futsal is a fast-paced, indoor variant of football, highly popular in the Pacific region. By supporting the Kurukuru, we aim to harness the power of sports to inspire and uplift communities, promoting an active and healthy lifestyle among the youth.
Our partnership with the Kurukuru team goes beyond financial support. We actively engage with the players, coaching staff, and the community, organizing workshops, health screenings, and educational campaigns. Through our collaboration, we encourage the Kurukuru players to be ambassadors for health and wellness, leveraging their influence to promote healthy habits and positive change among their fans and followers. Together, Mia’s Health and the Kurukuru team strive to create a culture of wellness and excellence both on and off the field.
Establishment of Pacific 5 Plus:
In recognition of the pressing health challenges faced by Pacific Island nations, Mia’s Health has taken a proactive stance by establishing Pacific 5 Plus. This pioneering program aims to prevent and control non-communicable diseases across the region, including diabetes, cardiovascular diseases, cancer, respiratory diseases, and mental health disorders.
Pacific 5 Plus adopts a comprehensive and integrated approach, combining advocacy, education, and community-based interventions. We collaborate with local governments, healthcare providers, community leaders, and international organizations to develop and implement evidence-based strategies. By raising awareness, providing access to healthcare services, and promoting healthy lifestyle choices, we strive to reduce the burden of NCDs and enhance the overall well-being of Pacific Island communities.
Through Pacific 5 Plus, we organize health fairs, wellness workshops, and awareness campaigns, reaching remote and marginalized areas where healthcare services are limited. We invest in sustainable infrastructure, such as mobile clinics and telemedicine platforms, to ensure that even the most remote communities receive quality healthcare. Moreover, we support local healthcare professionals through training programs and capacity-building initiatives, empowering them to tackle NCDs effectively.
Mia’s Health is dedicated to improving the health and well-being of the Pacific Island communities. Through our sponsorship of the Solomon Islands Kurukuru Futsal National Men’s Team, we promote an active lifestyle and instill positive values among the youth. Meanwhile, through Pacific 5 Plus, we tackle the growing challenge of non-communicable diseases across the region, working towards a healthier and more prosperous future for all.
Join us in our mission to transform lives and build a healthier Pacific. Together, we can create a lasting impact, empower communities, and inspire generations to prioritize their well-being. Mia’s Health – Empowering the Solomon Islands and Pacific Communities.
An Exercise physiologist and scientist involved in humanitarian aid. Pacific5Plus Health is an Initiative that started in the Solomon Islands, Established by Mia J Kacen to reduce feet amputations, heart disease, stroke and diabetes in our Pacific countries. We are the sponsor of the KURUKURU SOLOMON ISLANDS FUTSAL NATIONAL Team playing Australia this July 2023.
I’m writing to kindly request your invaluable contribution and involvement by participating for one minute in a safe physical activity which involves safely moving our body with our hands in the air, then side to side and walking on the spot to encourage, inspire and empower people to join in and move their body with us.
This will take place on the 1st of July, 2023, at 13h00, at the Heffron Park opening, as part of the official ceremony, when the ribbon is cut just before the indoor Futsal competition between Australia and the Solomon Islands.
Your participation will have a tremendous impact in order to motivate people to act and prevent this serious health problem in Solomon Islands and other Pacific Islands.
While I’m looking forward to receiving a positive response, I avail myself of this opportunity to express to you my highest consideration and respect.
MIA J KACEN