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Supporting kaiako hauora (wellbeing) in the workplace: a prevention approach

Te Kura Māori o Nga Tapuwae in Mangere has taken a proactive approach mobilising key health champions within the school to maintain wellbeing in the workplace. The COVID-19 pandemic had an unprecedented impact, particularly on teachers who were under pressure to adapt to virtual classrooms throughout lockdown. Transitioning back to pre-COVID-19 routines has the potential …

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Celebrating Kiribati Language Week with Village Games

  Healthy Families South Auckland joined the local Kiribati community to celebrate their first-ever Kiribati Language Week in New Zealand at Ngati Otara Marae. The celebration was an opportunity for local Kiribati to play their traditional games alongside Healthy Families South Auckland’s new Village Games initiative. “The Village Games movement is a platform for Māori …

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Food distributed to whanau via network of community groups

The food packs include nutritional kai as well as nappies and other soft foods for children Over 600 food boxes were distributed by Mataatua Marae and community groups to vulnerable families in Papakura during Level two. Sports clubs and churches helped pack and distribute the food boxes, which included essential items such as nappies and …

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