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Jan

Jan nominated her mum Myra to be honoured with the taonga, because of the love she has given to babies, toddlers and young children over the last few years.She felt it was important to say thank you to her mum on behalf of all the children who are too young to speak for themselves.Myra is on the emergency caregiver list, meaning she takes care of these young children until a...

Our Focus 2018 - video transcript

(child’s voice)I see a family who loves meI see food on the table, a warm houseI see a cool school...friends to play withA place where I can be me (adult voice)We are Oranga Tamariki–Ministry for Children.We want a country where all tamariki thrive in safe and loving whānau and communities...where they get every opportunity to dream. (child’s voice)I have dreams, big dreams, huuuge dreamsI want to be an inventor, no a zookeeper, an as...

Caregiver training and resources

The National Caregiver Training Programme The National Caregiver Training Programme is a partnership between us and Fostering Kids. It gives caregivers the opportunity to learn and develop skills, and includes workshops, discussion sheets and online modules.  In the table below you'll find the suite of resources which relate to each topic. View the workshop schedule and register Wo...

Overview

Who can care? Our foster carers come from many walks of life, and have a diverse range of experience and backgrounds. We welcome caregivers of any gender, marital status and cultural or religious identity. Learn more Caregiver stories Just as every child is different, so too are our caregivers. There...