Fostering new horizons

This week we are thinking about the role we play for our kaimahi, supporting them to grow and sometimes to spread their wings by leaving the organisation. We attend the Terea Te Waka conference and host Tū Pono Connectors here at the tari.
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Advocacy in the Face of Adversity

We will continue to advocate on behalf of our whānau and hapori, and to do our very best to secure funding to deliver back into the hands of those who will use it best.
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He āhuru mōwai – A safe place for all

As a commissioning agency, we see our role as accessing the resources and expertise needed to realise whānau aspirations.
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Getting to the heart of the matter.

I hope we can all see AI for what it is: a tool, not a panacea, and certainly not a replacement for EQ or indeed for people.  
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Strengthening our resolve

It is without a doubt a massive blow to see that work undone, and especially to face the reality that our Government seems to view Māori outcomes as expendable. However, this only makes the work of Whānau Ora even more important than ever.
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Making sure the future looks bright ahead

The beginning of this calendar year has been a whirlwind for Te Pūtahitanga o Te Waipounamu, with the opening of Wave 18 and Tai Neke, Tai Ora and the chance for our teams to get on the road to promote these funds.
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Waitangi Day 2024: In pursuit of kotahitanga

It has been 184 years since Te Tiriti o Waitangi was first signed in Waitangi on February 6, 1840. When it was signed, it was done so in the spirit of unity and partnership.
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‘Let aroha drive the mahi’

New partnerships forged, the ‘aroha economy’; as we head into the holidays, it is timely to remember that, in our communities, we can be the difference.
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Our mokopuna are our everything

This week we highlight the incredible network of Mokopuna Ora Connectors spread throughout Te Waipounamu, take a trip to Rakiura, spend some time on the water with Te Waka Pounamu and take a look at what’s growing in the māra kai at Omaka Marae.
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Waiho i te toipoto, kaua i te toiroa

I start the week reminded of this whakataukī, Waiho i te toipoto, kaua i te toiroa, which speaks to the importance of connection, of staying connected, and of maintaining dialogue so that, together, we can continue to move forward.
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