PHARMAC, in conjunction with Ngā Pou Mana Māori Allied Health Professionals (NPM) established the “Ngā Taonga Mātauranga o Ngā Pou Mana Awards ”in recognition of the positive impact Māori Allied Health Professionals have on whānau, hapū and Iwi.
The awards are to support Māori Allied Health workforce development, to continue studies and to grow professional and cultural practice. The awards will provide much needed tautoko and manaaki for Māori kaimahi to continue their ongoing development. The awards will be run annually and will be presented at the Ngā Pou Mana Māori Allied Health Professionals Hui-ā-Tau/Conference each year.
“Ngā Taonga Mātauranga o Ngā Pou Mana” awards will be offered in THREE categories:
Category One – Ngā Pou Mana Kete Tuauri for Undergraduates $2,000
The Pou Mana kete that holds the knowledge of ritual, memory and prayer.
This award is open to those studying in undergraduate allied health pathways.
Category Two – Ngā Pou Mana Kete Aronui for Postgraduates $2,500
The Pou Mana kete that holds the knowledge that helps mankind.
This award is open to those studying at postgraduate level in allied health pathways.
Category Three – Ngā Pou Mana Mātauranga Māori $3,000
The Pou Mana award which helps learning the knowledge of things Māori.
This award is open to any Māori allied health professionals, students, associates and affiliates, who are entering into study or are in study to build their understanding of Te Ao Māori. Students do not have to be studying in an allied health pathway, but must be members of Ngā Pou Mana, working or studying in Māori and/or health related fields. See further eligibility criteria below.
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Applications close on the 19th October 2018.
Please refer to the application form for further details which you can find attached below.
Please forward completed application forms via post or email to the below address by the 19th of October 2018:
Ngā Pou Mana Māori Allied Health Professionals of Aotearoa
41 Blueberry Grove