TE RŪNANGA O NGĀI TE RANGI IWI TRUST
UNIT: ORANGA WHANAU UNIT
START DATE: 12 April 2021
Days: Monday to Friday
Hours: 37.5 hours per week to be worked between 8.00am and 4.00pm
To uphold the mana and tino rangatiratanga o Ngai Te Rangi by advancing its cultural, social, economic and political development.
This Unit represents the largest operational unit within the organisation. It is committed to improving the quality of life and increasing lifestyle options of Ngāi Te Rangi uri and the vulnerable residing within the wider Tauranga Moana.
Our professional and culturally sensitive service delivery is guided by best practice models consistent with its contractual and quality requirements. This service is also underpinned by maintaining the tikanga and kawa of Ngāi Te Rangi.
We try hard by working with key stakeholders to address health and social issues with positive co-dependency outcomes for our whanau.
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Te Rangihouhiri began his journey from Whāngārā to Hakurānui to Whakapau Kōrero to Pōporohuamea where he died. Following his death and after many significant battles, his descendants who became known as Ngāi Te Rangi settled in Tauranga Moana.