Whānau

Māori pronunciation: [ˈfaːnaʉ] is a Māori-language word for extended family, now increasingly entering New Zealand English, particularly in official publications.

Policy report

30 Nov 2017
55

Reports on the current situation for tamariki Māori (New Zealand Māori children) with particular focus on social and economic conditions.

Report

22 Jul 2016
92

This report measures and monitors the wellbeing of New Zealand families and provides a snapshot of family wellbeing based on survey data spanning 2008 to 2014. Being part of a family, in whatever fashion we define it, is a universal experience that forms the most...

Report

29 Sep 2014
40

Examines the performance of general practices in Whānau Ora collectives – using results from the software package HealthStat, which collects an anonymous summary of patient health information from general practices in Whānau Ora collectives.

Background

Whānau Ora is an inclusive interagency approach...

Report

30 Jul 2014
49

Aims to improve violence intervention programme responsiveness to Māori by sharing success stories and ‘lessons learned’ from the VIP programmes that are already working well for Māori.

Introduction

This resource was born out of a desire by Violence Intervention Programme (VIP) coordinators...

Report

2 Jul 2014
43

Summary: This report focuses on the performance of general practices in Whānau Ora collectives – using results from the software package HealthStat, which collects an anonymous summary of patient health information from general practices in Whānau Ora collectives.

Although not all collectives include...

Report

22 Apr 2014
17

Whānau Ora is an inclusive interagency approach to providing health and social services to build the capacity of all New Zealand families in need. This report examines the performance of general practices in Whānau Ora collectives.

Summary

Whānau Ora is an inclusive...

Report

6 Apr 2014
116

With Māori over-represented in family violence statistics as both victims and perpetrators, this paper identifies some key considerations for implementing violence prevention and intervention initiatives.

Key messages:

Māori are over-represented in family violence statistics as both victims and perpetrators. The causes of...

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