Te Mana Whakaoranga is a free, eight-week programme hosted by Ngāti Rangi Kaihono Whānau Mel Evans which focuses on different aspects of leadership and wellbeing for Ruapehu women. Our programme seeks to help empower wāhine through combining both the traditional and holistic support specifically need by our rural communities.
Along with connecting and learning from others who live in the shadow of Koro Ruapehu, Te Mana Whakaoranga is an opportunity for wāhine to strengthen their personal skill sets while creating and implementing achievable realistic goals that create positive, sustainable change for them and their whānau.
Our next scheduled programme starts on Monday the 26th of February concluding on 23 April, 2018 and for more information please contact
Mel Evans, Ngati Rangi Kaihono Whanau on 021 631 545 / firstname.lastname@example.org
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