Tātou tātou is a wellbeing programme for charities and not-for-profits across Aotearoa being produced through a collaboration between the Centre for Social Impact, Hui E! Community Aotearoa, Volunteering New Zealand, and Woo Wellbeing. A mātauranga kete (basket of knowledge) is being developed that will include online and kanohi ki te kanohi wānanga, podcasts, videos, and other resources.
The first resource in the kete is a series of podcasts featuring interviews with community leaders. CSI associate and Woo Wellbeing founder Tuihana Ohia, and Hui E! Community Aotearoa Kaiwhakahaere Matua (Chief Executive) Rochelle Stewart-Allen talk to Janie Walker, Whetū Campbell, Fole Finau, Sabina Larsen, Michelle Kitney, and Kodrean Eashae on how they have each nurtured their hauora throughout the seasons of their work and personal lives. In the interviews, they talk about their personal stories of challenge, how they coped, and how they managed to stay resilient.
The podcasts are available here