Te Kahui Atawhai O Te Motu Inc is the national body for lwi and Maori Social Service providers in New Zealand. We provide a range of services to our members located throughout New Zealand.
We offer a collective Maori voice within the Social Services sector representing lwi and Maori Social Services interests at local and national government level.
The idea for a Maori Social Service gained support at a conference held at Wahiao Marae, Rotorua in 2000 and was further endorsed at a National Hui at the Department of Child, Youth and Family’s ‘Future Search’ conference in 2001.
In 2002 a feasibility study was conducted to consider the practicalities of setting up a national body for lwi and Maori social services. Followed by a hui at Turangawaewae marae attended by over 100 representatives and from there Te Kahui Atawhai O Te Motu was born.
In The Community
We would like to continue to be a strong effective advocate for iwi Maori providers nationally. We want to share opportunities, knowledge and collaborate with all our members. Your stories are important to us and others. If you have stories of people achieving amazing results in your work environment, we would love to promote these stories, “Success breeds Success”.
Te Kahui Atawhai O Te Motu (TKATOM) has over 5 years experience in delivering organisational capability building support. This includes facilitating 60 Organisational Assessments, implementing development plans, monitoring and supporting. We provide nationwide Capability Mentoring, from the top of the North Island to the bottom of the South Island.