Kaupapa Maori Health Care Services - Western Bay of Plenty

Details

Name :

Kaupapa Maori Health Care Services - Western Bay of Plenty

Address  :

15 Garden Place

Town  :

Tauranga

State  :

Bay of Plenty

Country  :

NEW ZEALAND

Post Code:

3112

Phone  :

07 571 2026

Fax  :

07 571 2027

Web URL  :

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Description

Mission Statement amp Principles
quotTo provide comprehensive integrated community and Primary Health Care for Maori in the Western Bay of Plentyquot

quotTo improve the life of our people through using the concept of Tangata Whenua Determinants of healthquot

The foundations upon which this will be achieved are our
Fundemental PRINCIPLES AND CORE VALUES
Which are based on a belief that

The Treaty of Waitangi which recognises and guarantees Tino Rangatiratanga over the material cultural and spiritual resources of Tangata Whenua must be endorsed and promoted

The relationship between Te Manu Toroa and Te Whanau Poutirirangiora a Papa will remain intact

The Tino Rangatiratanga of each Whanau Hapu and Iwi will be respected

Whakapapa Whanaungatanga and Aroha shall be paramount
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