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Te Rarawa Mauri Ora Mai Tawhito Wānanga

January 2018

In December 2017, Te Aho Tū Roa supported the Mauri Ora Mai Tawhito Wānanga hosted by Te Uri o Tai at Ohaki Marae in Pawarenga. The ‘Mauri Ora Mai Tawhito’ concept began through the realisation that Kaumātua and Kuia knowledge is an absolute taonga. 

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2019_Hui Poutautoko Otaki group shot

Hui Poutautoko ki Ōtaki

December 2017

Pēnei i te tāhūhū kōrero “he pūkenga wai, he pūkenga tangata” koia te ia o te hui Poutautoko i karapinepine ai ngā kanohi o te kaupapa ki ngā wai kārohirohi i Ōtaki. 

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2019 Matai wai throwing vessel

Mātai wai, mātai tangata!

December 2017

Kia tātaihia anō ai ngā hono o tō tātou ao, ahakoa ngā tāwhirowhirotanga o te ao hurihuri.  Kia māhorahora ai te ngākau tangata ki nga tini pānga mai o tōna ao ki a ia anō, otirā ki ana pānga hoki ki tōna ao.

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2019_Uku Papakainga

Papakāinga wānanga provide opportunities for sustainable development on ancestral land

November 2017

Wānanga held at Uku Papakāinga in Mangakāhia provide a way for whānau to grow their ideas for creating sustainable housing, kai, and employment, while reconnecting with their ancestral land.

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2019 ES Census

Nationwide Census proves the extensive value of the Enviroschools Programme

October 2017

As part of our on-going research and development of the Enviroschools Programme, Toimata Foundation has been able to undertake some significant research and evaluation over the past 3 years. Our 2017 Census shows that Enviroschools are having impressive outcomes both within and beyond the field of education for sustainability.

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Holding the vision of Te Aho Tū Roa and Enviroschools