Business motivated to help tamariki in need

Tamati Tiananga
  • Tāmaki Makaurau

Tērā tētahi whakaaro hōu nā te kai-whakahaere i ngā mahioranga, mātauranga hoki o te NRL nā Joe Harawira hei awhi i ngā tamariki e noho pōkaikaha ana. E ai ki nga tatauranga i Aotearoa nei, e toru o nga tamariki tokorima e noho rawa atu ana i pōharatanga. Ko te koromakinga a Harawira, he panoni i te toiora o aua tamariki mā te hakinakina, kia angitū ai i te kura, otirā i tōna ao katoa. Kei a Tamati Tiananga ngā kōrero.       

E tika ana kia whai te tamaiti i ngā hua pai katoa o te ao, hei tā Joe Harawira kia kaha te manaaki ngā mea rawakore.

“Ko Joseph Harawira taku ingoa, ko Ngati Awa taku iwi, no Whakatane ahau , I am here to talk about my social enterprise called flo clothing which is helping kids in need.”

Hei tana ko nga mahi takaro e whakatairanga i te hunga rangatira o āpōpō.

“Level the playing firmed means that everyone should have access to first and foremost a good education for all our kids.”

Kua haerere haere ia i te ao ka mutu, I kite ia i te noho pohara, he ahuatanga i tona ake kainga i Te Waiariki. 

“If they go to school and have a negative experience and don't engage and come away with a good education sooner or later they come an issue for all society.”

Kotahi rau pae heneti ka kohia i te hokotanga o enei kakahu ka hoki atu ki te whangai i nga tamariki ki nga kura.  

“If they are not having a good meal in them and they don't have the right shelter and the right clothing and so forth when they go to school they are not going to become engaged.”

Ko Flo te whakarapopotongata i te kupu Flourish. Ko tana e matakite nei ki a whai oranga, ko te manu kai i te matauranga nona te ao.