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.
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.
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.
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.
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.