The Hit Home Project – Preserve Our Peoples Lives

Home is a place that should be peaceful and safe from the storms.  But for some families, this is a place where they have lost a loved one to suicide.   The whānau who live and remain in those homes, are left only with questions, memories, and heart ache. The Hit Home project, started in South …

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It Takes a Village to Strengthen a Community (Ngawha).

Ngawha Springs moving Forward Kaikohe Ngawha Springs is a small village comprising 80 houses with about 250 people – 20-30 babies and toddlers, 60 children between the age of, 5-18, 60 or so adults between 20 – 60 and kaumatua and kuia members of whanau who have lived in the village for several generations. There …

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