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He kaupapa whawhai mō te oranga

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E whitu ngā whawhai kua whakaritea mō tēnei Paraire i roto i te kaupapa whawhai mō te oranga.

Atu i te mekemeke, he kaupapa nui kei muri i ngā whawhai.

Ko te tino tikanga ia, he kohi pūtea mō te rōpū ō Life Education Trust.

Mā rātou ngā tamariki e āwhina ki te whai mātauranga.

Ko te whawhai mātua i waenganui i ā Greg Lexmond rāua ko Steve Punga Smith.

He pirihimana ā Lexmond.

He kaitā ki Toihoukura ā Smith, he kaitākaro whutupōro hoki.

Nā runga i tērā, kāhore e kore ka pakaru te korokoro ō ngā kaimātakitaki ki tēnei whawhai.

Atu i tēra whawhai, ka mekemeke ā Gary Mckenzie ki ā Jimmy Lawrence, ā Kay Symes ki ā Dedrie Hemingway, ā Calum Wilson ki ā David Springgay, ā Di Akurangi ki ā Trudz Haukamau, ā Adam Simperingham ki ā Brent Mitchell, ā Leon Kahn ki ā Darryn White.

E ai ki te kaiwhakahaere, e hia kē ngā mārama ngā kaimekemeke e whakangungu ana, nō reira, kua rite anō wēnei ika ā whiro ki te ū atu ki te pae ō te riri


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