Toi Tangata is a Māori agency which develops, delivers, and champions kaupapa Māori based approaches to health, movement, and nutrition. Combining indigenous knowledge with evidence based approaches, we create Māori derived frameworks to help inform our mahi in the health sector.

 

Vision

Our vision is for our whānau to be healthy, active, and able to achieve their full potential.

Our Mission

Our mission at Toi Tangata is to support whānau and communities to strengthen their capabilities and connectedness with knowledge and skills to  improve well-being.

What We Do

Toi Tangata develops and utilises working methodologies that are mana enhancing and empower whānau to understand, achieve, and excel in their own physical health and wellbeing.  We understand Te Ao Māori, and take a collective ‘whānau centred’ approach to ensure our knowledge and experience as a team will provide an ideal fit.

We aim to represent whanau by informing, educating, and advocating to agencies. We use quality and innovative information and relationships to improve whanau physical health and well-being.

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2018 Budget breakfast at Toi Tangata office.  Rocking the Pink Shirt Day whanau.

2018 Budget breakfast at Toi Tangata office. Rocking the Pink Shirt Day whanau. ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Some of my Favourite people in the same room Zoe Aroha Martin-Hawke, Vikki Ham Fiona Wilson Mason what a small world

Good kōrero today koutou. Love the PInk Shirt Day kaupapa too - Māori Tū Māori Ora - Whakaweto te Whakaweti - Stand Up, Stand Together, Stop Bullying.

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3 weeks done... 5 weeks to go of Fi's Maori Movement journey... ... See MoreSee Less

 

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So proud of you, Fi!

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Today, alongside the Ministry of Health, we launched a package of free online resources aimed at getting children aged five and under to play regularly and have quality sleep. We are so proud of this mahi and our amazing Kaiārahi Darrio Penetito-Hemara for leading it!

Check out the Active Play Resources here www.health.govt.nz/publication/sit-less-move-more-sleep-well-active-play-guidelines-under-fives-r...Toddlers who play hard, sleep well and that's a critical element to their healthy development . A new initiative aimed at getting more under-fives to play re...
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Ka rawe Dario

Kataraina Ropati-Snell Elizabeth Motu

Takoha Ropati

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