Elevating our Pacific Cultural Care Systems

My Baby’s Village recognises the traditional practices and expertise that exists within our Pacific ethnic-specific communities.

Alongside our community partners, we have used these traditional practices to connect with our Pacific mothers, fathers, grandparents, caregivers and families.

Click on the links below to learn more about each Pacific ethnic-specific approach.  

Ie Pili

An Ie Pili is a treasured Niue tāoga, gifted to individuals at important events such as the birth of a newborn baby, weddings, birthdays, haircutting and ear-piercing ceremonies…

Infant Massage

Each workshop teaches mothers, fathers, grandparents, caregivers, and families how to massage their baby using traditional methods…


Fala Pepe

It is a house of weavers where the sacred Measina of Samoa are weaved, designed, revived, preserved and narrated. This fale is guarded by the mauli of our ancestors…

Ei Katu

An Ei Katu is a treasured Cook Islands tāoga, made and worn at important events such as weddings, birthdays, haircutting and as an everyday accessory…

Fijian Masi

The Masi is an art form of Fijian culture. The making of a Masi is significant and incorporates the connection with ancestors, families and an individual’s greater village.

Kahoa Kakala

A Kahoa Kakala is a special Tongan necklace worn by many at, celebrations, events and at church. A Kahoa can be made from a wide range of materials, but most importantly, flowers.