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Toi Tangata CEO Megan Tunks and He Pī Ka Rere leader 
Darrio Penetito-Hemara were in Tauranga alongside Ata Ruawai and Dillon Te Kani this week.  

Ata works in the under-fives space and Dillon is a representative for The Bay of Plenty District Health Board (BOPDHB).  The group were part of the panel, tasked with selecting a He Pī Ka Rere facilitator in the region.  The project is a joint project between Toi Tangata, the BOPDHB through Toi Te Ora.  

He Pī Ka Rere is a kaupapa Māori physical activity and nutrition approach, which nurtures and develops the whole being of a tamaiti in an early learning environment aimed at informing both kaiako and tamariki of the role that traditional activity plays in the growth and development of a child.

If any Kohanga or Māori focused ECC in the Waiariki or Bay of Plenty area are interested in He Pī Ka Rere workshops, tēnā whakapā atu ki a Darrio. 

darrio@toitangata.co.nz

Nā mātou te kapa o Toi Tangata.

Toi Tangata CEO Megan Tunks and He Pī Ka Rere leader
Darrio Penetito-Hemara were in Tauranga alongside Ata Ruawai and Dillon Te Kani this week.

Ata works in the under-fives space and Dillon is a representative for The Bay of Plenty District Health Board (BOPDHB). The group were part of the panel, tasked with selecting a He Pī Ka Rere facilitator in the region. The project is a joint project between Toi Tangata, the BOPDHB through Toi Te Ora.

He Pī Ka Rere is a kaupapa Māori physical activity and nutrition approach, which nurtures and develops the whole being of a tamaiti in an early learning environment aimed at informing both kaiako and tamariki of the role that traditional activity plays in the growth and development of a child.

If any Kohanga or Māori focused ECC in the Waiariki or Bay of Plenty area are interested in He Pī Ka Rere workshops, tēnā whakapā atu ki a Darrio.

darrio@toitangata.co.nz

Nā mātou te kapa o Toi Tangata.
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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.