Māori Women’s Welfare League partner up with Oranga Tamariki

The Māori Women’s Welfare League and Oranga Tamariki have signed a strategic partnership to reduce the number of Māori babies and children in state care. This is the first agreement with a Māori organisation and the first of it’s kind between the agency and the...

Ministry of Education: Kia Manawaroa

Kia Manawaroa is the web page and pānui for whānau Māori, that brings together information from the Ministry of Education and other education agencies, to support iwi and Māori audiences to increase their knowledge and therefore be given the opportunity to be more...

COVID-19 Alert Level 3: Kei te rāhuitia tonutia te motu

The Ministry of Health have placed restrictions on tangihanga, to prevent the spread of COVID-19. The current Alert Level 3 restrictions mean that all tangihanga at marae or your whare are not permitted. Whānau, the NZ Police and Funeral Directors are all required to...

Fixing of Electorate Names & Boundaries

The Representation Commission has now completed its task of fixing the electorate names and boundaries to be used for the 2020 and 2023 general elections. Boundary adjustments have been made to 35 electorates and, because of population growth, there is one new general...

Te Korimako Legal Education

Te Korimako is an initiative to train and educate Iwi and Māori social service providers to assist whānau who come to the attention of Oranga Tamariki to navigate the care and protection process, including within the Family Court.  Due to the uncertain and stressful...

Nau mai, haere mai

As the only National Maori Women’s organisation, Te Ropu Wahine Maori Toko i te Ora (Maori Women’s Welfare League Inc.) drive outcomes for wahine, whanau and tamariki. Our Constitution is our guiding document and our objects are the beacons which set the tasks for us to strive and achieve the well-being of wahine Maori and their whanau.

Branches are the foundation of the whole League movement and are formed out of a common purpose or interest. We are community based, essentially voluntary, and respond to the need in our communities.  

A message from our National President – Prue Kapua

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