Waipareira’s Global Reach
Waipareira is reaching out to indigenous organisations around the world as part of its 25 Year Strategic plan. The west Auckland Trust today signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Families First, a USA organisation that delivers services to the Georgia, Atlanta community. Tomorrow the Board ...Continue Reading...
‘Transforming lives – one whanau at a time’ – Te Arawa Whanau Ora officially launches in Rotorua (+links)
ROTORUA LAUNCH FOR TE ARAWA WHANAU ORA COLLECTIVE A whanau-friendly support service that helps families transform their lives is being officially launched in Rotorua this week (beginning 4 March 2013). Te Arawa Whanau Ora Collective – located at the Korowai Aroha Health Centre on Hinemoa Street ...Continue Reading...
Waitangi Day #TeArawaWaka2013
Akinaakina! Hii! Akinaakina! Hii! Such was the powerful call from the Kaihautu (leader) of Te Arawa waka Paora Te Hurihanganui, as he and the crew made its way fromHaruru Falls toward the shores of Waitangi. February 6th 2013, Waitangi Day was an amazing day for Te Arawa. Months earlier, a ...Continue Reading...
Whakamana Hauora Day at Rehua Marae
Nau Mai, Haere Mai He Wa Whakamana Te Hauora o Ngai Iwi Maori Rehua Marae invites you to attend our new ‘Whakamana Hauora’ day on Wednesday 27th February 2013 that encourages Wh?nau and Community whanaungatanga and aims to uplift Maori health and wellbeing through Korero and ...Continue Reading...
Te Anga Mua – Whanau Ora Research Seminar
E nga mana, e nga reo, e nga iwi o te motu tena koutou katoa. I want to thank Community Research and in particular the tangata whenua committee, for inviting me to this special event today, to launch the Whanau Ora Research Website. This is the third of three fabulous days that I have had, [...]Continue Reading...
“Kia Takoto Te Manuka”- Is Whanau Ora Working for you? – Hui a Tau
Hon Tariana Turiana has now confirmed her attendance at this conference: you are welcome to complete your registration now! Below are the updated panui & programme for the Nga Ngaru Hauora o Aotearoa & Te Ropu Mate Huka o Aotearoa Hui-a-Tau. Maori Mai, Maori Atu “Kia Takoto Te Manuka”- ...Continue Reading...
Tuhoe run health provider delivers exceptional service to its people
By Luke Kirkeby - Waiariki Journalism School Maori led services know best when it comes to dealing with Maori people according to a Tuhoe health provider. Te KaoKao o Takapau, a family run Maori organisation based in Taneatua, believes its cultural knowledge base has allowed it to successfully ...Continue Reading...
First online foundation course on cultural competency for health sector launched
Associate Health Minister Tariana Turia today released New Zealand’s first online foundation course on cultural competency designed specifically for health workforce professionals. The free online training tool – the Foundation Course in Cultural Competency – provides a basic ...Continue Reading...
Maori health review nothing but “Blatant bloody racism”
“Blatant bloody racism” is how MANA leader Hone Harawira described National’s call for a review into ‘the cost effectiveness of Maori health providers’. “Government spends $7 million over several years on an assessment tool for adult literacy but only $150,000 on an evaluation tool for ...Continue Reading...
Govt seeks to destabilize Whanau Ora – Tamahere
A Maori health provider says the Government has a hidden agenda in pulling funding for its programme. The Waipareira Trust, part of the Family Start programme that provides support for young families, is one of five health providers being pulled by the Government after a 2009 report showed they ...Continue Reading...
- Remembering the 150th anniversary of the Battle of O-Rakau (+links)
- Parihaka leg-irons withdrawn after public outcry
- Kainga Tupu Maori Art Exhibition Opening, Melbourne, Friday 4th April, 7pm
- Treasure Rotorua campaign aims for Koutu to be ‘as safe as houses’
- Romiromi Health Clinic this March at Kuirau Marae, Rotorua
- BIG BREAK: our search for the writer of New Zealand’s next great movie