An auntie network like no other

The Māori Women’s Welfare League is one of our great taonga.
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Huikai Creations

An unexpected journey into the world of candles! Huikai Creations was born from the simple joy of Ngaire and her tamariki experimenting with a DIY kit. Now, their home garage has become the maker station as the pakihi grows.
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Digitally connecting whānau – Uruora

Uruora is a digital solution created by Te Pūtahitanga o Te Waipounamu that support whānau to access telehealth services.
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Aroā te marea, kia ora ai te iwi

Among the many investment streams of the Whānau Ora network in Te Waipounamu, an important one for us is Aroā.
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Te Waipounamu Māori Women’s Welfare League

The Māori Women’s Welfare League provide a supportive network for generations of wāhine Māori throughout Aotearoa.
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The force is strong in the south

The biennial Te Kupeka Umaka Māori ki Āraiteuru (KUMA) awards held last weekend were focused on mātauranga Māori - the significance of Māori knowledge, wisdom, and cultural practices in business.
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Māu te ara, kia ora ai te whānau

What a beautiful and powerful two days together at Whānau Ora Symposium 2023, reminding ourselves of our whys, exchanging mātauranga, being inspired by some incredible speakers, and simply connecting.
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Whānau-centred commissioning approach ‘turning the dial’ for Māori in Te Waipounamu

Thousands of whānau Māori in Te Waipounamu are thriving as a result of direct commissioning by the South Island’s Whānau Ora Commissioning Agency, Te Pūtahitanga o Te Waipounamu, according to independent research released today.
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Hei tērā wiki! See you next week!

We are honoured to have a range of guest speakers and expert panellists join us at Symposium 2023. In this week’s Pouārahi Blog, we take the opportunity to introduce our Emcee and Whānau Hauā Ora and Rangatahi panellists.
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Mana Tāne wānanga

This series of Mana Tāne wānanga was formed to unite and empower tāne across Te Waipounamu, working to enhance positive perceptions of their roles as fathers and koroua.
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Nā te pūtea tautoko

Watch these previously funded kaupapa

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