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COVID-19 Information Update

Josh Nathan

Update on recommended COVID-19 testing advice

KMA Members’ Painless Payments Options

Delayne Tutemahurangi

Our ‘Painless Payments’ options offer KMA members, service users and their whānau the choice to pay their KMA Tangata (financial) member subscription and ‘Delegate registration package’ fee by instalment -...

Indigenous Disability Awareness Month!

Delayne Tutemahurangi

This month is Indigenous Disability Awareness Month in Canada and we want to tautoko our British Columbia Aboriginal Network On Disability Society (BCANDS) whānau by recognising and supporting this...

ANNOUCEMENT: Kāpō Vaccine Communications

Delayne Tutemahurangi

National Action Plan Against Racism

Delayne Tutemahurangi

Tēnā koutou e te whānau The Race Relations Commissioner Meng Foon is calling on you to contribute to the development of a national action plan against racism.

Notice - Change of Date: KMA Biennial Hui Taumata 2021

Delayne Tutemahurangi

Tēnā koutou Due to delays experienced with production of conference materials the decision was made to move our hui taumata.

Access to food or essential items

Delayne Tutemahurangi

We all need food and essential items such as medicine through COVID-19 lockdowns, so please don’t try to go without.

Kāpo Māori Aotearoa Biennial Conference 2021 Postpone Panui

Delayne Tutemahurangi

Due to unforeseen circumstances with the current COVID-19 outbreak, Te Kahui Tumuaki has confirmed that the KMA Biennial Hui Taumata (Conference) 2021 in Wellington to a later date this year.

KMA Panui - COVID-19

Delayne Tutemahurangi

Tēnā koe Over the next three weeks we will be phoning members to check how you and your whānau are doing, whether you have any questions about the lockdown and...

Aotearoa is at Alert Level 4 Lockdown

Delayne Tutemahurangi