Whanau Ora Fact Sheet July 2012 - Te Puni Kokiri

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Whanau Ora Fact Sheet July 2012 - Te Puni Kokiri

WAIKATO (Hamilton)Harry Mikaere (Co-Chair); Tania Hodges (Co-Chair); Denise Messiter; Aroha Terry; Piritata Kirkwood; StephaniePalmer; Pat Seymour; Gail Campbell (Te Puni Kōkiri); Te Rehia Papesch (Ministry of Social Development); DitreTamatea (Waikato District Health Board)TE MOANA Ā TOI (Bay of Plenty)Elaine Tapsell (Chair); Maanu Paul; Vervies (Punohu) McCausland; Aporina Chapman; Te Iria Whiu; Rachel Jones (TePuni Kōkiri); Peter Waru (Ministry of Social Development); Janet McLean (Bay of Plenty District Health Board)TE ARAWA (Rotorua)Toby Curtis (Chair); Piki Thomas; Merepeka Raukawa-Tait; Jacob (Hakopa) Paul; Emily Rameka; Danny Morehu; WallyTangohau (Te Puni Kōkiri); Jenny Douthwaite (Ministry of Social Development); Phyllis Tangitu (Lakes District HealthBoard)TE TAIRĀWHITI (East Coast)Lois McCarthy-Robinson (Chair); Owen Lloyd; Manu Caddie; Te Pare Meihana; Dr Apirana Mahuika; Hine Flood; MerePohatu (Te Puni Kōkiri); Jane Hopkinson (Ministry of Social Development); Jim Green (Tairāwhiti District Health Board)TAKITIMU (Hawke’s Bay)Christine Teariki (Chair); Amber Logan; Maureen Mua; Yvette Grace; Roger Aranui (Te Puni Kōkiri); Annie Aranui(Ministry of Social Development); Tracee Te Huia (Hawke’s Bay District Health Board)TE TAI HAUĀURU (Whanganui/Taranaki)Te Huia (Bill) Hamilton (Chair); Richard Steedman; Karen (Wheturangi) Walsh-Tapiata; William Edwards; Sam Bishara(Te Puni Kōkiri); Gloria Campbell (Ministry of Social Development); Julie Patterson (Whanganui District Health Board)TE WHANGANUI Ā TARA (Wellington/Tasman/Nelson)Susan Shingleton (Interim Chair); Sharon Gemmell; Brenton Tukapua; Melissa Cragg; Hata Wilson (Te Puni Kōkiri);Tony Moore (Ministry of Social Development); Kuini Puketapu (Hutt Valley District Health Board)TE WAIPOUNAMU (South Island)Gabrielle Huria (Chair); Mere Wallace; Ruth Jones; Peter Ellison; David Ormsby (Te Puni Kōkiri); Denise Kidd (Ministryof Social Development); Hector Matthews (Canterbury District Health Board)PROVIDER COLLECTIVESTwenty-five Whānau Ora collectives representing more than 150 health and social service providers from throughoutthe country were selected to develop whānau-centred services in 2010.[3]


Budget 2011 allocated further funding to extend the Whānau Ora model to eight key localities and eight newcollectives representing 30 providers have been given Governance Group approval in 2012.Whānau Ora providers continue to deliver existing services to their communities while they work on changes to theirservice delivery to engage whānau.Programmes of Action (POA) outline the changes that the provider collectives intend to make to their service deliverymodel and the key steps they will take to implement these.The POA enables the collectives to identify opportunities to enhance what they currently do and, at the same time,seek new and innovative opportunities to do things differently to support whānau to realise their aspirations.Providers with many separate funding contracts can choose to integrate these into a single, outcomes-focusedcontract.TE TAI TOKERAU (Northland)Te Tai Tokerau Whānau Ora Collective: Ki A Ora Ngāti Wai; Ngāti Hine Health Trust; Te Hauora O Te Hiku O Te Ika; TeRūnanga O Te Rarawa; Whakawhiti Ora PaiTe Hau Āwhiowhio o Ōtangarei: CAPS Northland Incorporated (Jigsaw North); Northland TV Charitable Trust(Channel North); One Double Five Whare Roopū Community House Trust; Ōtangarei Trust; Ringa Atawhai; TePuawaitanga o Ōtangarei Healthcare Centre IncorporatedTe Pū o Te Wheke o Ngāpuhi: Hauora Hokianga Health Trust; Ngāpuhi Iwi Social Services; Te Hau Ora O KaikoheCharitable Trust; Te Kotahitanga E Mahi Kaha Trust; Te Rūnanga-Ā-Iwi-O-Ngāpuhi; Te Rūnanga O Whaingaroa;Whangaroa Health Services TrustKaipara Whānau Ora: TUOH Charitable Trust; Kaipara Abuse Prevention Incorporated; Kumarani Productions; TeKorowai Puma Incorporated; Te Roroa Learning Assistance Charitable Trust; Kaipara Budgeting Service; NorthernWairoa Anglican Parish and Pastorate; Homebuilders Community ServicesTĀMAKI MAKAURAU (Auckland)Ngāti Whātua o Ōrākei Māori Trust Board: Ngāti Whātua o Ōrākei Corporate Limited; Ngāti Whātua o Ōrākei HealthServices; Ngāti Whātua o Ōrākei Marae Committee; Ōrākei Marae Social and Health Services; Ngāti Whātua o ŌrākeiSocial Needs LimitedKotahitanga: Huakina Development Trust; Papakura Marae; Te Kaha o Te Rangatahi Trust; Turuki Healthcare TrustNUMA Whānau Ora Collective: National Urban Māori Authority (NUMA); Manukau Urban Māori AuthorityIncorporated (MUMA); Te Kōhao Health Limited; Te Rūnanga o Kirikiriroa; Te Rūnanga o Ngā Maata WaakaIncorporated; Te Whānau o Waipareira TrustPacific Islands Safety and Prevention Project[4]


Alliance Health + Primary Health Organisation (PHO): Auckpac Health Trust Board; Health Star Pacific Trust; PasefikaHealth Trust; Penina Health Trust; Tongan Health SocietyWAIKATO (Hamilton)Te Ope Koiora o Waikato-Tainui: Hauora Waikato Maaori Mental Health Services Trust; Ideal Success CharitableTrust; JTP Consultants Limited (Te Kotahitanga); Ngaa Miro Health Trust; Raukura Hauora o Tainui Trust; RaukuraWaikato Social Services; Solomon Group Education and Training Academy; Te Hauora o Ngaati Haua; Waahi WhaanuiTrustRaukawa-Maniapoto Alliance: Maniapoto Māori Trust Board; Raukawa Charitable Trust; Ngāti Maniapoto Marae PactTrust; Taumarunui Community Kōkiri TrustHauraki Whānau Ora Collective: Hauraki Māori Trust Board; Te Korowai Hauora O Hauraki; Te Kupenga O Ngāti Hako;Te Ahi Kaa Social Services; Te Whāriki Manawahine O HaurakiTE MOANA Ā TOI (Bay of Plenty)Ngā Mataapuna Oranga Kaupapa Māori Primary Health Organisation (PHO): Kimioranga Primary Health CareServices; Ngā Mataapuna Oranga PHO; Pirirākau Hauora; Te Manu Toroa Trust; Te Puna Hauora ki Uta ki Tai; TeRūnanga ō Ngāi Tamawhariua Incorporated; Waitaha Hauoranga Trust; Whaioranga TrustTe Ao Mārama Whānau Ora Collective Trust: Ngāitai Iwi Authority; Tāneatua Waimana Ruātoki Taiohi Trust; Te AoHou Trust; Te Tāpenakara mō te Iwi Trust; Toiora Health Limited; Tūhoe Mātauranga Trust; Waikirikiri Social Services;Whakaatu Whānaunga Trust; Whakatōhea Māori Trust BoardTE ARAWA (Rotorua)Te Arawa Collective: Korowai Aroha Trust; Te Rūnanga o Ngāti Pikiao Trust; Te Utuhina Manaakitanga Trust; Te KāhuiHauora Trust; Te Waiariki Purea Trust; Te Papa Tākaro a Te Arawa Trust; Te Roopū a Iwi o Te Arawa Charitable Trust;Aroha Mai Cancer Support Group Trust; Te Whare Hauora o Ngongotahā Trust; Tipu Ora Charitable TrustWhānau Ora ki Tūwharetoa: Tūwharetoa Health Charitable Trust; Te Korowai Roopu Tautoko Incorporated;Tongariro Whānau Support Trust Incorporated; Te Kupenga Charitable TrustTE TAIRĀWHITI (East Coast)Te Whare Maire o Tapuwae: Kahungunu Executive ki Te Wairoa Charitable Trust; Ngāti Pāhauwera Incorporated; NgāKaitiaki Hauora o Waikaremoana; Rongomaiwahine Iwi Trust Incorporated; Wairoa Waikaremoana Māori Trust BoardHorouta Whanaunga: Ngāti Porou Hauora; Te Aitanga a Hauiti Hauora; Te Rūnanga o Ngāti Porou; Te Rūnanga o TeWhānau; Te Rūnanga o Tūranganui a Kiwa; Tūranga HealthTAKITIMU (Hawke’s Bay)Te Taiwhenua o Heretaunga[5]


Hawke’s Bay Hauora Collective: Te Kupenga Hauora – Ahuriri; Te Roopū Huihuinga HauoraWairarapa Whānau Ora Collective: Te Hauora Rūnanga o Wairarapa; Whaiora Whanui Trust; Rangitāne o Wairarapa;Ngāti Kahungunu ki WairarapaTE TAI HAUĀURU (Whanganui/Taranaki)Taranaki Ora – Tui Ora Limited and Tu Tama Wahine o Taranaki Incorporated: Piki Te Ora Nursing Services Limited;Te Hauora Pou Heretaunga; Te Rau Pani; Te Aroha Medcare Limited; Manaaki Oranga Limited; Tihi Limited; Te IhiRangi Trust; Te Whare Puāwai o Te Tangata Trust; Raumano Health Trust; Karangaroa Incorporated Taranaki; ToioraHealthy Lifestyles Limited; Tu Tama Wahine o Taranaki IncorporatedTe Oranganui Iwi Health AuthorityTe Tihi o Ruahine Whānau Ora Collective: Best Care (Whakapai Hauora) Charitable Trust; Rangitaane o Tamaki nui aRua; He Puna Hauora; Te Wakahuia Manawatū Trust; Ngā Kaitiaki o Ngāti Kauwhata Incorporated; Ngā Iwi o Te ReuReu – Te Roopu Hokowhitu Charitable Trust; Rangitaane Māori Wardens; Māori Women’s Welfare League(Manawatū)TE WHANGANUI Ā TARA (Wellington/Nelson/Tasman)Te Rūnanga o Toa Rangātira Incorporated: Ora Toa Primary Health Organisation (PHO); Ora Toa Medical Centres; OraToa Health Unit; Ora Toa Dental Service; Rangataua Mauriora; Ora Toa Residential Disability ServiceHā o Te Ora o Wharekauri TrustPacific Care Trust: Pacific Health Services Wellington Incorporated; Taeaomanino TrustTākiri Mai Te Ata Incorporated: Kōkiri Marae Health and Social Services; Kōkiri Marae Māori Women’s Refuge; ManaWahine; Nāku Ēnei Tamariki Incorporated (Māori Section); Tū Kotahi Māori Asthma Trust; Wainuiomata Marae; WhaiOranga O Te Iwi Health CentreTe Rūnanganui o Taranaki Whānui ki te Upoko o te Ika a Māui: Te Awakairangi (Hutt Valley) Provider Collective; TeRūnanganui o Taranaki Whānui ki te Upoko o te Ika a Māui IncorporatedTe Hono ki Tararua me Ruahine: Te Rūnanga o Raukawa; Muaūpoko Tribal Authority IncorporatedTE WAIPOUNAMU (South Island)Pacific Trust CanterburyHe Waka Kotuia ō Araiteuru: ADA 2007 Limited (Artist Development Agency); Arai Te Uru Whare Hauora Limited; KaiTahu ki Otago; Te Hou Ora Ōtepoti Incorporated; Te Roopu Tautoko ki Te Tonga; Tokomairiro Waiora IncorporatedTe Waipounamu Whānau Ora Collective: Ali’s Home Help; Arowhenua Whānau Services; He Oranga Pounamu; HeWaka Tapu; Hokonui Rūnanga Health and Social Services Trust; Maataa Waka Ki Te Tau Ihu Trust; Ōtautahi SocialServices; Positive Directions Trust; Purapura Whetū; Rata Te Āwhina Trust; Te Amo Health; Te Arawa Waka ki[6]


Ōtautahi Incorporated; Te Awa o Te Ora Trust; Te Ora Hou Ōtautahi; Te Puawaitanga Ki Ōtautahi Trust; Te PunaOranga; Te Tai o Marokura Health and Social Services; Te Whānau o Hokonui Marae Incorporated; UruuruwhenuaHealth; Waihōpai Rūnanga; Whakatū Te Korowai Manaakitanga Trust; Whānau Tautoko Charitable TrustNgā Kete Mātauranga Pounamu Charitable Trust and Awarua Social and Health Services: Ngā Kete MātuarangaPounamu Charitable Trust; Te Rūnaka o AwaruaWHĀNAU INTEGRATION, INNOVATION AND ENGAGEMENT (WIIE) FUNDThe Whānau Integration, Innovation and Engagement (WIIE) Fund assist whānau-led development and supportswhānau to engage with each other and with other whānau, communities and providers.The WIIE Fund aims to build whānau capability, strengthen whānau connections, support the development of whānauleadership and enhance best outcomes for whānau.The fund is open to whānau working with Whānau Ora providers and other non-government organisations includingiwi, hapū, rūnanga, whānau trusts and marae committees.Activities funded include developing whānau plans, implementing priority parts of whānau plans, producinginformation and resources for whānau, and supporting whānau-based activities.At least 2,000 whānau have set their whānau planning activities in motion through involvement in the WIIE Fund.Regional Leadership Groups help to identify regional priorities and guide decision-making for the WIIE Fund.Information about the WIIE Fund is available from regional Te Puni Kōkiri offices or from the website:www.tpk.govt.nz/mi/in-focus/whanau-ora.RESEARCH, EVALUATION AND MONITORINGResearch, evaluation and monitoring will measure results and gauge the success of the design, implementation andimpact of Whānau Ora.Action researchers are working with provider collectives, communities and whānau to gather evidence so thesystems, processes and programmes to deliver whānau-centred services are continually refined and improved.They are currently carrying out interviews to gather information about whānau expectations and experiences ofservices and providers.The results from the action research will guide and inform the future development of Whānau Ora.A formal programme evaluation will look at the broader success of the Whānau Ora approach in terms of design,implementation and impact.Separate monitoring will identify progress towards achieving Whānau Ora outcomes.[7]


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RELATIONSHIP ACCORDThe Government has renewed its support for the evolving focus and ongoing implementation of the Whānau Oraapproach.Three key commitments are outlined in a Relationship Accord negotiated between the National-led administrationand the Māori Party.A specific annual Whānau Ora appropriation will be developed to improve the reach, capability and effectiveness ofWhānau Ora.The Government and the Māori Party will actively work towards the establishment of a standalone commissioningagency.Whānau Ora will increasingly bring a greater focus on addressing the issues of employment, housing and educationalachievement as well as supporting the most vulnerable whānau, including those on low incomes.“Successive governments have encouraged agencies and providers to work together in the past and some of theseinitiatives have worked well. Whānau Ora takes this one step further by putting families at the centre because they arebest placed to make decisions for their own. This is likely to be more successful than previous approaches because – underWhānau Ora – families will have real ownership of their solutions.”HON TARIANA TURIAMinister for Whānau OraFor more information about Whānau Ora, contact:TE PUNI KŌKIRITe Puni Kōkiri House, 143 Lambton Quay, Wellington 6011PO Box 3943, Wellington 6140, New ZealandPHN Waea +64 4 819 6024FAX Waea Whakaahua +64 4 819 6299EMAIL Īmēra whanauora@tpk.govt.nzWEB Paetukutuku www.tpk.govt.nz/mi/in-focus/whanau-ora/[9]

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