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Jan 29, 2018

Amy Marsden is a co-founder of Te Mapua which translates as "the precious children" and works to provide camps and other activities for kids in need.  In this interview we talk about her early life and what influenced her to work full time with children.  We also talk a lot about her Maori heritage and the impact that has had on her thinking and approach to the work she does now and in particular talk about the term 'Whanau' and what that means for the children and others that come across her path. 

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