Launching of the Mobile Vaccination Unit for Ngati Kahu
Te Runanga-a-Iwi o Ngati Kahu Trust, Tuhiata Mahi Ora Trust and Te Iwi o Ngati Kahu Trust are progressing the directives of the Health Portfolio to stand up a Mobile Vaccination Clinic for Ngati Kahu.Once the green light is provided, the Mobile Vaccine Clinic will go live. For the first week, the mobile clinic will be on the Karikari Peninsula. The team will be there to korero with whanau and to provide information and to answer any questions.
The clinic will be offering first doses, second doses and the booster shots too. The tamariki vaccinations for the ages between 5 - 11 will be administered (provided) soon.
Clinic Site Locations – 24-26 January 2022
Monday, 24 January 2022 Karikari Peninsula 10am – 2pm
Tuesday, 25 January 2022 Karikari Peninsula 10am – 2pm
Wednesday, 26 January 2022 Karikari Peninsula 10am – 2pm
The mobile clinic will be travelling around to the many papakainga within the rohe of Ngati Kahu.
Our team will come and tautoko you where-ever you are, just get in touch.
A free calling number has been set up as a support network to all Ngati Kahu whanau, marae and hapu.
Please call 0800 KAHUTIA (524842). If ringing after hours, please leave a message and someone will get in touch.
The signing of a Strategic Partnership Agreement with Oranga Tamariki
A vision for all tamariki to be in the safe care of their whānau, hapū and iwi is at the heart of a Strategic Partnership Agreement signed with Te Kahu Oranga Whānau and Oranga Tamariki in Kaitaia.
. Te Kahu Oranga Whānau consists of Tuhiata Mahiora , Te Runanga o Te Rārawa, Waitomo Papakāinga and Te Whare Ruruhau o Meri.
Te Kahu Oranga Whānau (Far North Maori Social Service providers) works to ensure that we are able to provide the best possible care for Whānau and our community
This is only the eighth SPA Oranga Tamariki has signed across the country