He muka nō te taura whiri', 'Many Strands Make up one
The proverb refers to the many strands that make up one rope.
When the rope is tightly bound, it symbolises unity and strength.
When the rope starts to unravel however, it threatens stability and
weakens the effectiveness of the rope to the function as it was
intended. The Congress is focusing on bringing together the many
strands of sexual health in order to provide stability and strength
to the sexual health workforce and strengthening bonds between
specialists, GPs, nurses, researchers, health promoters, educators
and others in Public Health working in the field of sexually
transmissible infections including HIV & AIDS and sexual and
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