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K’aute Pasifika Trust

 

K’aute Pasifika is a Pacific Island initiative and a registered Charitable Trust since June 1999. It operates from a strong foundation of spiritual and cultural values and provides a comprehensive range of services to Pacific peoples and other disadvantaged groups.

 

Our contribution to improving health and wellbeing of fanau includes provision of free primary healthcare, education, training and social services.

 

K’aute Pasifika Trust (KPT) has been identified by Waikato District Health Board as the “Lead Pacific Provider”, based in Hamilton but provides services to the greater Waikato region.

KPT aspires to deliver quality services to improving primary health care and home- based nursing services to support better care in the community.

 

Vision:

“Tangata Pasifika, United we will achieve”

 

Mission:

“A united Pasifika community that values, encourages and promotes cultural diversity, integrity and cooperation particularly for Pasifika communities in the Waikato Region.”

K'AUTE PASIFIKA  //  K'AUTE PASIFIKA TRUST

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Kirikiriroa Family Services Trust - Diversion Navigator

• Languages

    English, Maori, Samoan, Tongan,

    Kiribati, Niuean, Cook Island,

    Tokelau, Tuvaluan, Fijian

 

• Working with ages

    All ages

 

• Cost

    Free access (3 Months)

• Entry Criteria

    Open entry/self referral

 

• Phone

    (07) 834 1482

 

• Email

    enquiries@kautepasifika.org.nz

• Physical Address

    960 Victoria Street,

    Hamilton

 

• Postal Address

    PO Box 285,

    Waikato Mail Centre,

    Hamilton 3240

 

• Contact hours

    9am - 5pm Mon – Fri

Established in the mid 1980’s under the direction and guidance of the late Maori Queen Te Atairangikaahu and Mayor Sir Ross Jansen Te Rūnanga o Kirikiriroa Charitable Trust is an Urban Authority acknowledging the sovereign rights of mana whenua and tangata whenua of the Hamilton City area.

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