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Министр здравоохранения на островах Кука Апии Пихо (Apii Piho)

Tereapii (Apii) Piho (born 25 August 1960) is a Cook Islands politician and Cabinet Minister. He represents the seat of Manihiki in the Cook Islands Parliament. Piho was born on Rakahanga and educated in New Zealand.He was first elected to Parliament as a member of the Cook Islands Democratic Party at the 2006 election, defeating Cook Islands Party leader Henry Puna. In December 2009 he was appointed to Cabinet following the sacking of Terepai Maoate and resignation of Democratic party cabinet ministers.[3] He currently holds the portfolios of Justice, Health, Internal Affairs, Youth & Sports, and NGOs.[4] As a result, he was expelled from the Democratic Party on 8 April 2010.

http://www.parliament.gov.ck/committees.html

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apii_Piho

http://www.cinews.co.ck/2010/January/Wed13/other.htm

http://www.cinews.co.ck/2010/January/Wed06/local.htm

http://www.cinews.co.ck/2010/March/Wed10/local.htm

http://www.cinews.co.ck/2010/January/Wed06/local.htm#1001060113

Министр здравоохранения на островах Кука Апии Пихо (Apii Piho)

 

map of Cook Islands

The Cook Islands are in the South Pacific Ocean, north-east of New Zealand, between French Polynesia and American Samoa. There are fifteen major islands, spread over 2.2 million square kilometres of ocean, divided into two distinct groups: the Southern Cook Islands, and the Northern Cook Islands of coral atolls.

The islands were formed by volcanic activity; the northern group is older and consists of six atolls (sunken volcanoes topped by coral growth). The climate is moderate to tropical.

The 15 islands and two reefs are grouped as follows:

* Southern Cook Islands:
o Nga-pu-Toru ("Three Roots", the group name for the easternmost islands of Southern Group)
+ Atiu (Enua Manu or Island of Birds)
+ Ma'uke (Akatokamanava)
+ Mitiaro (Nukuroa)
o Remaining islands of the South:
+ Aitutaki (Araura Enua)
+ Mangaia (Auau Enua)
+ Rarotonga (Tumutevarovaro) and also with the capital, Avarua.
+ Palmerston Island (Pamati) sometimes grouped with the Northern Group.
+ Manuae
+ Takutea
+ Winslow Reef (submerged)
* Northern Cook Islands:
o Manihiki (Te Fuinga o Niva)
o Nassau (Te Nuku o Ngalewu )
o Penrhyn Island (Tongareva or Mangarongaro)
o Pukapuka (Te Ulu o te Watu)
o Rakahanga (Tapuahua)
o Suwarrow also called Suvorov
o Tema Reef (submerged)

There are island councils on all of the inhabited outer islands (Outer Islands Local Government Act 1987, with amendments up to 2004 and Palmerston Island Local Government Act 1993) except Nassau, which is governed by Pukapuka (Suwarrow, with only one caretaker living on the island, also governed by Pukapuka, is not counted with the inhabited islands in this context). Each council is headed by a mayor.

The ten Outer Islands councils are

Aitutaki (including uninhabited Manuae)
Mangaia
Atiu (including uninhabited Takutea)
Ma'uke
Mitiaro
Manihiki
Penrhyn
Rakahanga
Pukapuka (including Nassau and Suwarrow)
Palmerston

The three vaka councils of main island Rarotonga established in 1997 (Rarotonga Local Government Act 1997), that were also headed by mayors, were abolished in February 2008, despite much controversy

The three Vaka councils on the main island Rarotonga were

Te au o tonga (equivalent to Avarua, the national capital of the Cook Islands)
Puaikura
Takitumu

On the lowest level, there are village committees. Nassau, which is governed by Pukapuka, has an island committee (Nassau Island Committee), which advises the Pukapuka Island Council on matters concerning its own island.

Проблемы со здоровьем у местного населения связаны преимущественно с неконтагиозными заболеваниями, а также с избыточным весом. Основными причинами смертности являются гипертония (повышенное кровяное давление), ишемическая болезнь сердца и сахарный диабет. В 1980 году правительством Островов Кука и Секретариатом тихоокеанского сообщества были проведены исследования 1127 взрослых жителей острова Раротонги. В результате выяснилось, что почти половина женщин страдало от избыточного веса (превышение нормы веса на 140 %). Повторное исследование было проведено в 1987 году. Согласно ему 20 % мужчин и 50 % женщин страдали ожирением. В 2002 году было обследовано 3600 жителей Раротонги. Согласно полученным результатам не менее 80 % населения страдали от избыточного веса или ожирения, 12 % от диабета и примерно треть обследованных имело повышенное кровяное давление. Подобная картина наблюдалась и на других островах.

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