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Toi Tangata is a national Māori agency which specialises in healthy living and healthy learning based on Māori knowledge. 

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  • Pako salad (Tagalog language)  This salad was shared with our Kai Māori Kai Ora lead, Haylee Koroi by her friend David Garcia. It is good to have with rice, fried fish, or other seafood and has quickly become one of Haylee’s favourite ways to use......

  • The Toi Tangata Hui ā Tau is a signature feature of the Māori nutrition and physical activity sector calendar. This year the Toi Tangata Hui ā Tau was held online as a virtual event 9 – 11 November 2021. Like many organisations, Toi Tangata made......

  • Toi Tangata Kaiārahi Kai Māori Kai Ora, Haylee Koroi, made the move from Auckland to Hokitika earlier this year and has met, named, and can now easily identify at least 30 relatives, from ferns to trees, to shrubs and vines. It has been a beautiful......

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7 days ago

Toi Tangata

Our Kai Māori Kai Ora lead, Haylee Koroi, has been spending time in whanaungatanga with the ngahere and the many tuākana she encounters while there.

Recently she harvested pikopiko!

Haylee shares this beautiful Pikopiko and mango salad recipe with us, gifted to her by a friend, David.

David is a Kapampangan, Tagalog, and Austronesian from the wetlands of Luzon Island in the Philippines.

Ngā mihi David.

We’d love to see photos if you try this recipe yourself!

Check it out here 👇https://toitangata.co.nz/2021/12/23/pikopiko-and-mango-salad-recipe/
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1 week ago

Toi Tangata
Ngā mihi o te tau hou me ngā tini āhuatanga o Hine Raumati!
 
We have been closely monitoring the Covid-19 cases in the Lakes District community over the past weeks. At this stage, based on modelling experts predictions of the workload our Māori health workforce will be confronted with from the booster vaccinations, 5-11 year old vaccinations, supporting whānau with home isolation, business as usual catch-up, and preparing for a predicted surge in Delta and Omicron in the community, we feel it would be wise to postpone this important workforce hui to 28-29 April 2022.
 
We thank you for your patience during these times, and apologise for any inconvenience but for now, let’s collectively outsmart this virus for all our whānau, hapū, iwi, and communities!
 
Kōrero mai if you have any queries. If you have experienced issues with the kiaora@tearawhetu.co.nz email, please get in touch via email at daniellegriffioen@tehaoranga.co.nz.

Hapai Te Hauora - Maori Public Health Public Health Association of New Zealand Te Rau Ora Te Arawa Whānau Ora Collective

Ngā mihi o te tau hou me ngā tini āhuatanga o Hine Raumati!

We have been closely monitoring the Covid-19 cases in the Lakes District community over the past weeks. At this stage, based on modelling experts predictions of the workload our Māori health workforce will be confronted with from the booster vaccinations, 5-11 year old vaccinations, supporting whānau with home isolation, business as usual catch-up, and preparing for a predicted surge in Delta and Omicron in the community, we feel it would be wise to postpone this important workforce hui to 28-29 April 2022.

We thank you for your patience during these times, and apologise for any inconvenience but for now, let’s collectively outsmart this virus for all our whānau, hapū, iwi, and communities!

Kōrero mai if you have any queries. If you have experienced issues with the kiaora@tearawhetu.co.nz email, please get in touch via email at daniellegriffioen@tehaoranga.co.nz.

Hapai Te Hauora - Maori Public Health Public Health Association of New Zealand Te Rau Ora Te Arawa Whānau Ora Collective
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