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Council tenders for Maori website content

Council tenders for Maori website content

The Health Sponsorship Council is looking for contractors to develop and write website content in Te Reo Maori for the kura (school) pages on its Smokefree/Auahi Kore website.

According to Expression of Interest documents released this week, the work will involve incorporating key concepts of the smoke free message from the main website pages using a Maori-focused approach to health and the underlying Kura Kaupapa Maori curriculum.

The existing website provides awareness within schools that smoking is a public health issue and also provides information to counter smoking uptake.

The Council is looking for a contractor who understands the Maori world view, especially in relation to health, and is fluent in writing Te Reo Maori. Contractors are not expected to create a new website or manage content.

The deadline for replies is Tuesday, February 3. More details are available on the Government Electronic Tenders website under ICCNZ reference 24675.


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