‘Kia kōtahi tātou’- Partnership to help iwi vaccination.

Auckland Hypo-Negative Vitawa Araki is partnering with Ivy across the country to welcome more Vanuatu vaccines.

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Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei is running its own vaccination centers and mobile vaccinations during the lockdown.

But they know people who live far from their Ivy and live in the Auckland area will need the vaccine.

Rangimari Haniya, chief executive of Ngāti Whātua ārākei Whai Maia, said it was important for Ngāti Whātua ārākei Whai Maia to help Ivy in Tamaki Makurao.

He said he was working closely with Maori-led vaccination providers.

“We are working hard to make sure that we remove the barriers to access to Vanuatu, and that part of it is to reach Ivy so that they can reach their people living in Tamaki.” Deliver messages to. Watch us. “

“We have arrived and some Ivy has contacted us and asked if there is any support that Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei can contact them when it comes to vaccines and testing.”

Haniya said that whatever happens, Hippo is ready to look at different ways to ensure that Mori in Tobacco can get their vaccinations, including working with local marijuana, such as Papakora and Menoriva marijuana.

He recently partnered with South Island Iwi Ngāi Tahu to ensure that the southern island of Whānau in the Auckland area would receive a dose of the Pfizer vaccine.

Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu, CEO of Arihia Bennett, said Ngāi Tahu was strongly associated with numerous iwi throughout Aotearoa.

He said the long-standing relationship with Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei, established through business and Wakpapa and cultural engagements, meant that Auckland-based Ngāi Tahu whānau was being supported.

“We have less than 5,000 Ngāi Tahu Whānau living in Auckland.”

“We are really on a campaign to increase vaccination rates across the country and where we have a really strong relationship with other Ivy, we are open to making sure we get our message out there and get vaccinated. . ” she said.

Anthony Thompson, Chief Operating Officer of Te Rūnanga o Ngāti Whatua, said: “It doesn’t matter what iwi you are, we were all in it together.”

He said he was encouraging everyone to get vaccinated at any of the tobacco centers.

“From the whole area of ​​Ngāti Whātua, we fully support the Ngāti Whātua ārākei Vaccination Center.”

“It is important for Wanao to be aware that the West Auckland Vaccination Center is open and active through Te Whānau o Waipareira and the Te Ha Oranga Vaccination Center is through Capara.”

“Everyone is welcome at one of the vaccination centers and it’s about helping each other and staying connected,” he said.

“We are encouraging everyone in Roh to come to any of these vaccination centers.”

“Kia kōtahi tātou, together.”


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