Resources

Māori in the 21st Century

Māori in the 21st Century

By Michael Naera, Kia Piki Te Ora Project Leader, Te Runanga o Ngati Pikiao I had the pleasure of attending the above wananga with Sir Mason Durie alongside a number of groups including Whanau Ora Collectives; iwi; hapu; community; schools; Government...
Celebrating an Innovative Whānau Ora Reporting and Evaluation tool

Celebrating an Innovative Whānau Ora Reporting and Evaluation tool

In 2010, WERA Aotearoa Charitable Trust (WACT) partnered with FIXE Solutions to look into developing a Whānau Ora evaluation and reporting tool that could meet the evolving needs of those working in the area of Whānau Ora. “Having worked in the...
Rheumatic Fever – Get Informed

Rheumatic Fever – Get Informed

More than 3,300 children most at risk of developing rheumatic fever have had their sore throat checked recently at a free drop-in clinic, as part of the government’s rheumatic fever prevention programme. The free drop-in clinics are in addition to the...
What is the PATH Planning Tool?

What is the PATH Planning Tool?

The PATH Planning tool research method originated with the work of Jack Pearpoint and Marsha Forest when they first developed this in 1992. Kataraina Pipi has taken this valuable tool and used it throughout Aotearoa, New Zealand with individuals, groups,...

New Resource: Tihei Mauri Ora: Supporting Whānau through Suicidal Distress

A new resource has been written with extensive consultation with Māori suicide prevention experts, whānau and communities, Tihei Mauri Ora: Supporting whānau through suicidal distress seeks to help whānau and friends to support someone who is...
New Website for Te Papa Tākaro o Te Arawa

New Website for Te Papa Tākaro o Te Arawa

Te Papa Tākaro o Te Arawa is new website www.ArawaNation.com is now live. It features the many amazing programmes that are provided, and helps to highlight upcoming events. Check it out if you haven’t already!
Kaupapa Māori wellbeing framework: The basis for whānau violence prevention and intervention

Kaupapa Māori wellbeing framework: The basis for whānau violence prevention and intervention

This paper highlights the need for alternative strategies to curb the ‘epidemic’ of family violence within Aotearoa New Zealand. In particular it offers one framework, the Mauri Ora framework for consideration and discusses the collaborations between...
National 0800 Number Directory now online

National 0800 Number Directory now online

The Te Arawa Whanau Ora Collective has recently developed an online database of key 0800 numbers. You can now search for almost 90 national 0800 numbers. Visitors to the site simply begin typing in the search box and the list will automatically display...
Korowai Aroha develops Whānau Ora resource

Korowai Aroha develops Whānau Ora resource

Explaining what Whānau Ora is works best if you can show families examples of Whānau Ora in action. Korowai Aroha Trust has worked together with the Te Arawa Whānau Ora Collective project team to produce a resource that can be used by those waiting...
Whānau Survey Results: How well do Paearahi support Whānau?

Whānau Survey Results: How well do Paearahi support Whānau?

The role of the Whānau Ora Paearahi, Te Arawa based trained support navigators, is to provide guidance and direction to whānau as they work through their goals, discuss key challenges and work towards achieving dreams they never thought possible. Understanding...