IWI PROVIDERS

TE ORANGANUI

Te Oranganui is an iwi led organisation that was established in 1993 to improve access and service delivery of health services to Māori in the Whanganui Region. To find out more click on the link below


TE KOTUKU HAUORA

Te Kotuku Hauora exists to provide the people of Ngati Apa with access to information about the Rūnanga, Hauora services, also to provide information about their identity, news updates and notices of up and coming events. Nau mai, haere mai. To leatrn more clik on the link below


TE PUKE KARANGA

Te Puke Karanga Hauora is a Māori health provider delivering ‘mobile suitcase’ whānau ora and kaupapa maori mental health services to people who reside within the middle reaches of the Whanganui River and Raetihi. Te Puke Karanga Hauora are responsible for providing a range of general health education and promotion, advisory, liaison and coordination services and activities.


NGATI HAUITI

The kaupapa of the Rūnanga seeks to develop and protect all those things that relate to Ngāti Hauiti whānui.  The role of Te Rūnanga o Ngāti Hauiti is to provide leadership through governance which involves giving guidance and direction.  It will also provide a collective and unified voice that will ensure: The Enhancement and Preservation of Hauititanga. To find out more click below.


NGATI RANGI TRUST

Go back in time, have a glimpse at Ngati Rangi Trust history, an overview of their 25 year claims work, look at the Ngati Rangi Trust  calendar to see how you can get involved, enjoy reading their pānui and check out what they are generally up to. For more info on Ngati Rangi Trust click the link below.


MOKAI PATEA CLAIMS TRUST

The Trust’s purpose is to collectively settle the claims of the four iwi against the Crown for breaches of Te Tiriti o Waitangi in the Mōkai Pātea rohe. Each iwi retains their own tino rangatiratanga and this is explicitly acknowledged in the Trust’s deed.

The decision by the four iwi to collectivise has historical precedent – in the past these iwi often acted collectively on major issues affecting them all. The Trust therefore represents, with Rūnanga approval on behalf of each iwi, the interests of all of the confederated iwi of Mōkai Pātea.