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65th National Conference Aotea 2017

65th National Conference Aotea 2017 Maori Women’s Welfare League 65th National Conference will be hosted by Aotea at TSB Stadium, 1 Rogan Street, Welbourn, New Plymouth from Wednesday 27 September 2017 to Saturday 30 September 2017. Guest Speakers and Programme Before...
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Kia Ora, Welcome

Te Ropu Wahine Maori Toko i te Ora (Maori Women’s Welfare League Inc), is a prominent, reputable Maori organisation in New Zealand’s social and commercial environment.

2017/18 Branch Affiliation
Click on the Branch Affiliation form below to open the PDF.  Print the form and fill in the details. Then, email or post directly to National Office. Payment methods are online direct credit, in person at any BNZ branch, or via cheque to head office. For help, please contact Nikki at nikki.phillips@mwwl.org.nz  

What it means to be a League member

National President Prue Kapua

I am humbled and proud to have been welcomed to the whare with my whanau, friends and members of Te Ropu Wahine Maori Toko i te Ora.

I acknowledge and pay respect to tangata whenua, our past Presidents, National Executive members and National Office staff.

League Events

65th National Conference

This event will be held at the TSB Stadium in New Plymouth on 27-30 September 2017.  Download the programme.

 Financial Literacy Hui

Recently members of the league attended Financial Literacy hui that were held around the country. 

They learnt about the principles of effective management,  financial reporting under the New Reporting Standards, and steps that need to be taken by branches for the consolidated audit. 

Kaiwhakahaere, Mahinaarangi Wehipeihana described the hui as a success. 

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