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2 days ago

Te Runanga o Ngati Whatua

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UPDATE: Whititera O Reweti Marae
Please note this message has come directly from the Whiti te ra marae o Reweti Trust Board via their faceboook page.

Tena koutou e te whanau,

We hope this post finds you and your whanau well.

Whiti te ra marae Trust board would like to give you an update since our last post.

The Whiti te ra marae Trust board and Reweti Marae Committee discussed and formed a Pandemic Team named Ora on 22 March, prior to the COVID-19 lockdown. The Ora team consists of whanau, marae committee and trust board members. The Ora team purpose was to prepare a Whiti te ra marae Pandemic plan based on the information received at the time of which the country was at a category 2. This plan quickly evolved once category 4 was announced and a nation-wide lockdown was to commence on the 26 March.

The Ora team has been very busy, making contact with several iwi organisations and companies seeking support for Whiti te ra marae o Reweti community. This has led to supporting Te Ha Oranga iwi response initiative “Oranga Tonu”. Ora team are utilising local knowledge to ensure whanau have access to this initiative and creating a whanau list to share with them. If you haven’t already done so, please private message our Whiti te ra marae facebook page to ensure you and your whanau are on this list. Please note in doing so you are also giving permission for your details to be shared with organisations that may be of assistance to you during this lockdown period. (For those whom have already provided their details and do not wish this information to be shared, please also private message this through).

The Trust Board also wish to support the key messages:

Noho ki te kainga! Stay Home! – stopping our movements stops the virus. It gives it nowhere to go. For this to be successful, daily life needs to change for all of us. Staying home, saves lives.

Some other key messages include:

1. If you have to go out for essential supplies or exercise, please
a. Maintain your safe hygiene practices
i. regular washing of hands with soap and water. Then dry.
ii. cough or sneeze into your elbow
iii. maintain good physical distancing
b. Maintain your bubble – stop all physical interactions with those outside your bubble
2. If you go out, always consider if you get in trouble will someone else need to break their bubble to come and help you
3. We are doing this to save the lives of our kaumatua, our vulnerable and our tamariki/mokopuna.
4. Stay mentally and physically well – there are various ways this can be achieved. We will upload some links and information to support you with this.

Additional information:

Housing – Government has passed a law making it illegal to raise rents. No whanau can be evicted for 60 days.

Volunteers – please private message our marae facebook page your details as we may need volunteers to help distribute food and emergency products

Water – WINZ have grants available for those experiencing water shortages

Lastly whanau, we thank you for your support in ensuring that the marae remains closed for the duration of the lockdown period. This also includes Kaumatua units. Please help us to keep them safe by keeping clear of them and their whare.

Stay well and stay connected whanau.

Nga mihi ki a koutou

Whiti te ra marae o Reweti Trust Board
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E mihi ana ki Te Hā Oranga.

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3 days ago

Te Runanga o Ngati Whatua

Hono mai whānau, I hope you have your pātai ready?

TONIGHT'S AGENDA

Karakia

Introduction- Rules for the Zui

Oranga Tonu update

Tangihanga Process

Projects:
1. Cells
2. Marae Strategy
3. Volunteers
3.1 Rangatahi
3.2 Business professionals

Karakia Whakamutunga
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Who is that key team Boyd an Antz for putting in that MSD app!

Great to hear Your korero bru Tyrone regarding tangihanga, there is hope for diverse school of thought

Thank you Anthony Thank you Tyrone Are there volunteers in the Dargaville area to pick up prescriptions for those who are in isolation?

Very awesome.....broad agenda and respectfully articulated. Thank you

Ae tika Boyd. Tautoko the overload on services in the North.

Great to hear TRONW is servicing all maaori in their rohe

Great mahi Boyd Ants and the team

Do we need to have our own data collecting team for each of our iwi

Why don’t you use the radio station to promote to those who have limited technology?

Nice could have an education process on that

Ae! God bless you all xoxo

Nga mihi Tyrone. Thank you for the korero concerning tangihanga.

Thank you Anthony

I live in Otahuhu can I have assistance

Happy Birthday Ty

Masks are for kaumatua who have to attend blood tests

Stay home nil tolerance to those who roam?

Kia ora, thanks for your tautoko

Can u name those imm centres in Akld pls! Orakei has Estridge! Who do we have?

Kia ora whanau

Stay home stay safe

🙋🙋🙋 Kia ora Adrianne 💕

Kia ora Ebony 💕

Who's gonna be the Easter nark

Are there masks in those packs?

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Hono mai whānau, I hope you have your pātai ready?

TONIGHT'S AGENDA

Karakia

Introduction- Rules for the Zui

Oranga Tonu update

Tangihanga Process

Projects:
1. Cells
2. Marae Strategy
3. Volunteers
3.1 Rangatahi
3.2 Business professionals

Karakia Whakamutunga
...

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