Moana shared a moment

Moana Manu | May 2021

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It is vital that I learn Te Reo Maori because I am employed by a Maori Organisation here in NZ, called National Hauora Coalition a Primary Health Organisation.
It is vital that I learn Te Reo Maori because I am employed by a Maori Organisation here in NZ, called National Hauora Coalition a Primary Health Organisation. My role is a Kaimanaaki/Health Navigator/Well Being Support Worker supporting whanau needing various individual support in our local communities. Our Kaupapa: At the heart of our organisation is a vision of mana whānau, whānau ora and is cloaked in ō mātou tikanga (our values). 1. whānau whakataurangi – keep our word 2. whānau whakaaro tika – think like whānau 3. mahia kia ea, kia toa – a ‘can do’ attitude 4. whakanuia te whānau – celebrate indigineity 5. whānau whai hua – outcomes matter 6. whānau auaha – everyone an innovator So it is important for me to learn, practice, walk the talk and support our Kaupapa for the sake of our mahi and supporting our Whanau in our local communities.