Fight the bite in Samoan, Tongan and Fijian

The Ministry of Health is promoting the message ‘fight the bite – day and night’ to raise more awareness of the diseases mosquitoes in some countries can carry. With online resources and information in Samoan, Tongan, Fijian and English the MOH explains how best to avoid diseases, such as dengue spread by mosquitoes

 

 

In this Fight the bite, day and night video, the Ministry’s Dr Laupepa Va’a talks about how people travelling overseas can avoid being bitten by mosquitoes that might carry diseases.

 

 

There is also a range of social media images for use on platforms such as Facebook or Twitter.

 

 

These images come with Samoan, Tongan and Fijian translations and Dengue information now translated into three Pacific languages: Samoan, Tongan, and Fijian.

 

1. Samoan text, click image to be linked to information in Samoan.

 

Lapataia motu o le Pasefika, e aofia ai Samoa, Tonga ma Fiti, i le pepesi o le dengue

 

 

2. Tongan text click image to be linked to information in Tongan.

 

Fakatokanga ki he to'umahaki mofi tengi 'i he 'otu motu Pasifikí, kau ki ai 'a Ha'amoa, Tonga pea mo Fisi

 

 

3. Fijian text, click image to be linked to information in Fijian.

 

Na i vakaro me baleta na veitakavi ni degi me baleta na Pasivika ka wili kina ko Samoa, Toga kei Viti

 


 

 

20/03/18