Self-Sustainability and Helping Return to Living on Whenua Māori

Jan. 19, 2022, 1:29 p.m.

We connect with iwi chair Haami Piripi who gives us a summary of 2021 and an update on the goals and aspirations of Te Rūnanga o Te Rarawa for 2022. Haami mentions that the past year has been full of challenges with the Covid-19 pandemic, social services such as Oranga Tamariki as well as other Government related issues impacting on the well being and progress of Te Rarawa iwi. Haami also talks about the challenging times that we can expect to face in the near future and brings emphasis to the fact that we need to ensure we are prepared as a people to provide for ourselves from within our own environments. Haami also touches on housing as a focus for the coming year and supporting whānau to make their way back on to whenua Māori.


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Haami Piripi talks about the health of our water & explains why he is in support of the Three Waters Reform
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