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About Maraeroa Marae Health Clinic

Moemoea / Vision

Maraeroa Marae Health Clinic provides opportunities so that whānau can thrive within the Porirua community, to participate and enjoy tikanga Māori, while having their health and social needs met or exceeded.

Whakatakanga / Mission

To promote leadership through role modelling that supports the community by being a cultural centre of excellence within the Wellington region with Maraeroa Marae as a turangawaewae or standing place


Kotahitanga – working at promoting unity within the service and encourage whaiora/ service users and thier whanau to do the same.


Manaakitanga – treating all people as honoured guests and ensure that we share our knowledge and resources in a spirit of reciprocity.


Whānaungatanga – cherishing and supporting our whānau and hapū in the Porirua community.


Mana Motuhake – valuing and maintaining individual rights through responsible actions, and valuing all whaiora/service users, their whanau, staff and both contracted and volunteer workers.

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Maraeroa Marae 
Maraeroa Marae Association Incorporated is a community organisation, focused on the concept of Nga Hau e Wha (The Four Winds), that provides facilities and services to all people, regardless of colour, race or creed, whilst remaining an advocate of, and for Maori. In adhering to the Nga Hau e Wha kaupapa, Maraeroa recognizes the diversity of cultures (and people) within its community and their respective needs. They have undertaken the responsibility, as a community provider, to assist the various community sectors and members in accommodating these needs. 
The Association has grown from humble beginnings and with today's economic climate, Maraeroa has recognised that for further growth it needs to operate in a business like manner but not to the extent where it severely compromises their values and more importantly their tikanga.


Our kaupapa is health promotion. To achieve this, our aim is to support, educate, empower and value the well being of nga hau e wha. 

Telephone: (04) 235 8000

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