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Te Rau Matatini provides a strategic focus that is underpinned by Māori workforce development,
education, clinical and cultural capability and capacity for the advancement of indigenous health
and wellbeing for our people and their communities to achieve whānau ora.  Mauri Ora!

Our Mahi

We are leaders and change agents promoting an intergrated Māori approach to workforce development. We are clear in our vision to contribute as a world leading organisation with a strategic focus on becoming the centre of excellence for Māori workforce training, education and capability-building solutions for the advancement of indigenous wellness. 

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Our Kōrero

Pou Ahorangi Chief Executive, Marama Parore is proud to announce the first New Zealand-led release of the online Journal of Indigenous Wellbeing - Te Mauri Pimatisiwin, Healing Our Spirit Worldwide Special Edition.

Our Whakaaro

P walked through my front door last night not stealthfully or quietly slipping between the cracks but forcibly and boldly, with full intent and potential fatal consequences.

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Rebecca Reweti (Hokianga, Waikato) is a Henry Rongomau Bennett Foundation Scholarship Recipient 2016. This scholarship supports people who work or aspire to work in leadership roles across the health, mental health and addiction sectors. 

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