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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 pikopiko!...

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...

In a collaborative effort with ACC, Toi Tangata is working on a project centered around regulating tamariki. Utilising pūrākau and kōrero tuku iho, Toi Tangata is currently testing with whānau how culturally empowered nurture and play creates the best possible environment for tamariki, mokopuna development....

Our taonga, He Pī Ka Rere, has been delivered across the motu in many settings, reaching numerous tamariki and whānau. This has also given the opportunity for kaiwhakahaere to create rauemi and consider any changes to our kaupapa over the years. We have drawn on...

A recent study involved interviews with Māori parents to understand their experiences with introducing first foods to pēpi and explore the values and practices of Māori whānau with infants during this phase.  Māori infants are differentially impacted by nutrition and health inequities that may begin in...

Toi Tangata would like to introduce and welcome four new summer Interns for this year's Growing the Puna intake. Growing The Puna internships aim to provide opportunities for two students to participate in the development of an innovative approach to physical activity and nutrition in project...

Led by Sport NZ, Play Week Aotearoa 2021 was a celebration of play and its value to tamariki, whānau and communities across Aotearoa. It was about encouraging play at home, in our neighbourhoods and within our local environments. This year, Play Week Aotearoa took place 15...

Te Hā Oranga - in conjunction with Te Hiringa Hauora, Hāpai Te Hauora, the Public Health Association, Te Rau Ora and Toi Tangata -  is excited to present Te Ara Whetū 2022. ‍ ‍Te Ara Whetū 2022 is a national Māori health promotion hui which aims to...

E tū whakaruruhau mō te moko nei. Ko ngā maunga tapu o Mauao, o Maungarake, o Huruiki, Maringi mai ana ko ngā awa o Ruamahanga, o Whakapara, Ko ngā wai pīataata o Tauranga moana.  Te ūnga mai o ngā waka Te Arawa, Tākitimu, Ngātokimatawhaorua, o Tainui. Uri o Te Arawa,...