Initiatives: Whānau wellbeing, part 1
A boost for Whānau Ora
Te Whakaū i te Kaupapa o Whānau Ora i roto i ngā Whare Hauora Matua hei Painga mō te Oranga o te Māori me ngā Iwi o Te Moananui-a-Kiwa
Identifying and Developing How a Whānau-Centred Approach to Our Primary Healthcare Can Improve the Wellbeing of Māori and Pasifika
$1 million operating
This initiative will enable exploration into how a whānau-centred approach can be used to raise health and wellbeing outcomes for Māori and Pasifika.
Whānau Taurikura: E Whakawhānui ana i te Kaupapa o Whānau Ora e Ora Nui ai te Huhua o ngā Whānau
Whānau Wellbeing: Expanding Coverage of Whānau Ora to Support More Whānau to Thrive and Achieve Wellbeing Outcomes
$80 million operating
$0.1 million capital
This initiative aims to increase support for whānau to achieve their aspirations and lift overall wellbeing. This will be done through funding the expansion of the Whānau Ora commissioning for outcomes approach to reach more whānau. It will include an increase in the navigator workforce, targeted tamariki support, and support to build financial capability.
Kaupapa Māori approach to tackling re-offending
Paiheretia te Muka Tāngata: Kia Piki Ake ngā Hua ki ngā Whānau Māori kua Pāngia e te Ture, e Hoki Pai mai ai Rātou ki te Hapori – Wāhanga A
Māori Pathway: Improving Outcomes for Māori and Their Whānau in the Corrections System and Supporting Their Reintegration Back into Communities – Part A
$35 million operating
$0.1 million capital
This initiative aims to use the Whānau Ora approach to support Māori aged under 30 in the New Zealand corrections system. It aims to build and maintain strong relationships between the individual and their whānau and provide support to lower reconviction rates and the Māori prison population.
Paiheretia te Muka Tāngata: Kia Piki Ake ngā Hua ki ngā Whānau Māori kua Pāngia e te Ture, e Hoki Pai mai ai Rātou ki te Hapori – Wāhanga B
Māori Pathway: Improving Outcomes for Māori and Their Whānau in the Corrections System and Supporting Their Reintegration Back into Communities – Part B
$60 million operating
$3 million capital
This initiative is part of the Budget package supporting the Hāpaitia te Oranga Tangata – Safe and Effective Justice programme. This initiative will develop a kaupapa-Māori based pathway, for Māori who enter the corrections system to improve rehabilitation and reintegration outcomes in Hawke’s Bay and Northland.
Supporting Māori health outcomes
He Kaupapa Hāpai Kaimahi Hauora Māori: He Ara Pupuri Mahi kia Āhei ngā Putanga Hauora Tōtika
Māori Health Workforce Development Package: Pathways to Ongoing Employment to Enable Equitable Health Outcomes
$10 million operating
This initiative will contribute to improving Māori health outcomes by increasing the Māori health workforce. This will be done by providing programmes to incentivise and support Māori students and low-paid workers into paid health employment.
He Toko i Te Ao Auahatanga Hauora Māori: He Tahua Hauora Māori Auaha ki te Whakapiki i ngā Hua Hauora Māori
Increasing Te Ao Auahatanga Hauora Māori: Māori Health Innovation Fund to Improve Māori Health Outcomes
$4 million operating
This initiative aims to increase the number and range of Māori health providers to support innovative health services that improve Māori health outcomes and reduce inequities.