Hui Fono

Waka Hourua is  a four-year national suicide prevention programme for Māori and Pasifika communities to build the capacity of Māori whānau, hapū, iwi, and Pasifika families and communities to prevent and reduce suicide and respond effectively if and when a suicide occurs.

Waka Hourua provides a visual representation of the partnership formed between Te Rau Matatini and Le Va but also represents working in partnership with Māori whānau, hapū, iwi and Pasifika families and communities.  It acknowledges the work we do to achieve similar outcomes, and reinforces the need for us to work together with our communities.

The Waka Hourua Hui Fono will be focused on show casing indigenous solutions that have built and enhanced the capacity of Māori whānau, hapū and iwi and Pasifika families and communities that reflect local solutions to local issues.

 

Hui Fono Presentations 10.30am - 3.30pm Abstract
Waka Hourua Leadership Group
Sir Mason Durie​, NZ
Pou Ārahi Waikato
Jon Royal​, NZ
Waka Hourua Ko au, Ko koe, Ko tatou
Mapihi Raharuhi, NZ
Vaka Tautua – Avanoa: Matua Leadership Group
Losila Dot Greenfield, NZ
Realising the potential of supporting recovery
Ngaropi Cameron, NZ
Investigating Pasifika cultural strengths and prevention of suicide
Taimalieutu Kiwi Tamasese, NZ
Te Hauora o Ngāti Haua Trust
Darren Haimona​, NZ
Kaumātua Resources for Suicide Prevention
Pare Meha, NZ
Te Rūnanga o Kirikiriroa
Maureec Ngawaka-Nathan​, NZ
NZRL – Support NZRL players against suicide prevention
Joe Harawira, NZ
Te Manu Turoa
Joelene Turnball, NZ
Pasifikaology - Mana Moana Indigenous Pasifik Psychology theory of well being
Evangelene Daniela, NZ
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Hui Fono Presentations