Vaka Tautua is a national “by Pacific for Pacific” health and social service provider.

We were established in 2007 by the PIASS and Malologa Trusts and remain a not-for-profit limited liability company registered with the Charities Commission.

We currently hold certification from the DAA Group against Standard NZS 8134:2008 Health and Disability Services, and we hold Level Two Status as a provider for the Ministry of Social Development.

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0800 825 282 

PO Box 23244, Hunters Corner 2155, Auckland


Vaka Tautua, PIASS and Malolonga Trust's Annual General Meeting 

22nd of November


On Friday the 22nd of November Vaka Tautua Malologa and PIASS Trusts will be holding their Annual General Meeting at 15 Sultan St Ellerslie. 

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Report on the New Zealand Disability Support Network Conference (NZDSN) August 2013

24th September 2013

This was the third annual conference for the NZDSN. The conference was held at Te Papa Museum. We had the opportunity to hear speakers from the Ministry, various support agencies and to hear first hand from the newly announced, Enabling Good lives Leadership group.

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Kiribati National Day - Ashburton

29th July 2013

The last few years has seen a growing number of Pacific Islanders migrate to the South Island and settle into the rural and farming community of Ashburton driven by the tide of employment opportunities in the region.

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Strategy Consultation Meetings for family carers

10th July 2013

If you are a family carer, please consider attending one of the following public meetings where you are invited to give your feedback on the draft Carers’ Strategy Action Plan for 2013 – 2018.

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Vaka Tautua at the Auckland Zumba Master Class
13th May 2013

Over 150 people packed out the Faith City Church in Manukau earlier in May to get their bodies moving at the Auckland Zumba Master Class. Organisers invited Vaka Tautua to set up an information booth at the event and DIAS Coordinator Tina Mataiti was happy go along on behalf of the organisation.
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Disability and the Treaty of Waitangi

19th April 2013

Wonder how the Treaty of Waitangi impacts on disabled people? An insightful workshop on the Treaty of Waitangi and its impact and influences on the disability sector today.

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Hui an opportunity for Maori with a disability to have a say

4th April 2013

CCS Disability Action’s Northern Region is running a series of community hui for Māori with a disability to provide a platform for voices that are often marginalised.

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Approximately 120 Pasifika consumers with disabilities, and their families from all around Auckland, met with the MoH directly at the DSS Pasifika Consumer Fono on 19th February.

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