Kōrari is the Nga Kete Matauranga Pounamu Māori Public Health Team. The name “Korari” is the name of the stems of the reeds that a Mokihi is built from. Mokihi being the vessel/waka to transport our people, our kai, and our knowledge. The practicality of this resource is that it is strong, waterproof and transportable, however we can also use the analogy of empowerment and being supportive. As well it represents the building system that looks after your tinana by adding layers of wellbeing to your knowledge kete for whānau to be guided by.
Kōrari Māori Public Health is guided by tīkanga māori values and Te Pae Mahutaonga (a Māori Health Model). The overarching aim is to further strengthen whanau, hapu & Iwi health with the vision that “Māori in Murihiku are well”.
·He Poha Oranga: Focusing on whanau wellbeing - Activities and nutrition.
·Kia Piki Te Ora: All Age Suicide Prevention - Working within the community to reduce harm and support strategies that enable whanau.
·Oraka-Aparima - Working with Oraka Aparima Runaka around aspirations that improve whanau wellbeing.
Kōrari Māori Public Health provide events, campaigns and programmes within our community.
Preventing and Minimising Gambling Harm – Public Health
M.A.N.A. - Make A Noise Aotearoa is a health and wellbeing programme and podcast for whānau wellness. M.A.N.A is about connecting whānau with information and organisations that support health and wellbeing. Brought to you by Kōrari Māori Public Health Team from Ngā Kete Matauranga Pounamu Trust! Find us on Radio Southland 96.4
Broadcast: Sunday 4.30pm and replays Monday 9pm
New episodes: Weekly
Runtime: 30 minutes
Providing initiatives, campaigns, hui and programmes within our community.