Rangatahi mā, applications for RUIA and Tama Ora are open!

Te Pūtahitanga o Te Waipounamu are excited to let rangatahi Māori in Te Waipounamu, Rakiura and Rēkohu/Wharekauri know that applications for RUIA and Tama Ora are open!
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Tīmata Technologies – Fresh, kiwi meals, delivered to your door!

Tīmata Technologies has launched an app so that users can purchase affordable meals for delivery from the comfort of their home.
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Tonoa mai ināianei!

E te iwi, we are excited to let you know that WAVE 18, our flagship social innovation fund, and Tai Neke, Tai Ora are now open!
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Te Puna Reo o Te Ahi Kaikōura a Tama ki te Rangi

Te Puna Reo o Te Ahi Kaikōura a Tama ki te Rangi is a new puna reo; a kaupapa Māori early learning centre that has recently opened there doors to all whānau in Kaikōura, situated on the grounds of Hāpuku school.
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Rangatahi Toa – The New Generation of Boxers

Papuni Boxing Ōtautahi recently held the Rangatahi Toa boxing event to introduce a new generation of boxers.
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Mokopuna Ora

Mokopuna Ora is one of the cornerstone programmes of Te Pūtahitanga o Te Waipounamu, a whānau-led, whānau-centred approach that supports parents with tamariki under the age of five.
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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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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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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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Four One Seven ORA

Four One Seven ORA provide a range Rongoā Māori services, carefully handmade with aroha to help improve wellbeing and heal ongoing mamae of the body and mind.
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