Ngāti Kahungunu Whānau Services - working through COVID-19

14 Jul 2021 | Other Topics

In this series of videos, staff from Ngāti Kahungunu Whānau Services discuss the unique kaupapa Māori approach they took to supporting whānau during COVID-19.


Video one: Kaupapa Māori ways of working during COVID-19

Description: Ali Hamlin-Paenga (Chief Executive) describes how Ngāti Kahungunu Whānau Services used kaupapa Māori ways of working to meet the needs of vulnerable whānau during level four lockdown.

An accessible transcript is available for this video.



Video two: Meeting whānau needs during COVID-19

Description: Ali Hamlin-Paenga (Chief Executive) discusses how Ngāti Kahungunu Whānau services helped whānau access accommodation and kai as well as access to information about COVID-19 and the lockdown by providing whānau with devices and internet connections.

An accessible transcript is available for this video.


 
Video three: 
Working with homeless whānau during COVID-19

Description: Brian from Ngāti Kahungunu Whānau Services discusses his journey from homelessness to working as a peer support worker. He describes how the service sought out and helped homeless whānau during lockdown.

An accessible transcript is available for this video.



Video four: 
The voice of rangatahi during lockdown

Description: Moera from Ngāti Kahungunu Whānau Services describes how her administration job changed to front-line service delivery out in the community during the COVID-19 level four lockdown.

An accessible transcript is available for this video.



Video five: 
Whānau response to COVID-19

Description: Dominic from Ngāti Kahungunu Whānau Services discusses his mahi during COVID-19, delivering kai and hygiene packs around Wellington to whānau in need.

An accessible transcript is available for this video.

Last updated 25/07/2021