He aha te mea nui? He tangata, he tangata, he tangata
He aha te huarahi? I runga i te TIKA, te PONO, me te AROHA
the agreed pathway is a shared understanding and vision, to support clients, internal/allied colleagues and our organisations to achieve maximum potential with equity.
our decisions are underpinned by, and made with, integrity.
compassion to care enough for those affected by inequalities and to challenge comfort zones in an effort to make a healthy difference for the population we are funded to serve.
The Ngāti Whātua Collective is a joint initiative between Te Hā Oranga, Te Uri o Hau Tangata Development and Te Puna Hauora to deliver a collective impact initiative to Ngāti Whātua and the wider Tamaki community through the integration of services, resources, data, knowledge and learnings which are whānau centered and whānau driven through community based Whānau Ora services.
Through a series of commissioning activities that focus on high-potential Ngāti Whātua youth aged between 10-18 years to realise their full potential, achieve their dreams and aspirations whilst impacting their communities in a positive way.
Jamie Hurikino, Whanau Ora Project Manager with Te Puna Hauora discusses his role and how it impacts the community.
Ngati Whatua is taking an active role in supporting the needs of rangatahi , the ‘leaders of tomorrow’. It is about creating sustainable systems that is tuakana-teina led with a key focus on building relationships, and having access to tools and resources that will allow rangatahi to complete secondary school successfully.
Building the capacity and capability of the next generation to succeed in education.
Creating opportunities through positive tuakana-teina relationships and access to tools and resources.
An initiative made possible by Ngati Whatua Whanau Ora and underpinned by core tikanga values such as aroha, tika and pono
Realising the potential of Ngati Whatua rangatahi and supporting self-determination in education.
For more information, please visit the “he maara hou” website
An initiative that looks to combat high costs of menstruation products by providing cheap to free reusable menstruation cups, networking for distribution and education/awareness
Victoria Kurupo discusses the MyCup initiative
A quick “how to” video around using the menstrual cup
Structural foundation work for a whanau/hapu whare in Waipoua
The Collective speaks with Irene and her whanau around their land development initiative in Waipoua
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