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Mō Te Hiku Hauora
Strategic Priorities

Te Hikutanga

PRIORITY 1: TE HIKUTANGA

  • Kuia & Kaumatua Taumata

  • Te Reo me ona Tikanga normalised in Te Hiku Hauora

  • More Te Reo Māori Signage

  • Te Hiku Hauora Resources foster Te Reo, Waiata, Pūrākau, Kōrero

  • Kaimahi Wānanga

  • Ngā Pūrākau: Ngā rima o ngā Iwi o Te Hiku o te Ika
     

MEASURES

  • Increased presence of Kuia & Kaumatua in Te Hiku Hauora

  • Increased Matauranga Māori expertise

  • Increased Te Reo me ona Tikanga

  • Kaimahi are taking up Wānanga

  • Increased Pūrākau me ngā kōrero ki te kainga

Growing our hauora workforce

PRIORITY 2: TE HIKU HAUORA WORKFORCE

PRIORITY 3: GROWING OUR OWN WORKFORCE

  • Te Hiku Hauora Grow our own Workforce Development Strategy

  • Local Initiatives build Hauora Māori Workforce & Pipeline

  • Increased variety of workforce development initiatives & kaupapa
     

MEASURES

  • Te Hiku Hauora Workforce Needs Analyses

  • Te Hiku Hauora Grow our own Workforce Development Strategy

  • Increased workforce development initiative

Improving the health system

PRIORITY 4: EASY AFFORDABLE ACCESS TO PERSON AND WHĀNAU CENTRED HEALTH CARE

PRIORITY 5: IDENTIFY AND ELIMINATE RECISM

  • Improved whānau access to affordable Oral Health

  • Easier whānau access to General Practice / Primary Health Care services (accessible & affordable)

  • Innovative primary health care options for whānau
     

MEASURES

  • Te Hiku Hauora Oral Health Plan

  • Increased Oral Health / Dental Resources

  • Increased options improve access to Primary Health Care

  • Paper: Institutional Racism – impeding Māori wellbeing in Te Hiku o te Ika

Strong Governance

PRIORITY 6: STRONG GOVERNANCE

  • Trustee Wānanga & Support Programme
     

MEASURES

  • Trustee Work Plan / Programme

  • Trustee Governance Manual

  • Trustee Wānanga

Maintaining our relationships

PRIORITY 7: RELATIONSHIPS

  • Complete Te Hiku Hauora legacy project

  • Strengthen relationships with our Five Iwi and our communities

  • Collaborate with local and national leaders e.g. Te Aka Whaiora, Te Whatu Ora, Whaikaha, Te Puni Kōkiri
     

MEASURES

  • Te Hiku Hauora Legacy Project

  • Increased relationships and collaborations with Ngāti Kurī, Te Aupōuri, Ngai Takoto, Te Rarawa, Ngāti Kahu

  • Increased relationships with Te Aka Whaiora, Te Whatu Ora and key funders, stakeholders

Creating healthy environments

PRIORITY 8: HEALTHY ENVIRONMENTS

  • Explore Hauora input with Local Housing Initiatives

  • Scope Hauora Infrastructure (Current & Future Assets / Property)
     

MEASUREMENTS

  • Increased Hauora Māori input for safe, stable and healthy housing for whānau

  • Scoping: Hauora Infrastructure – Te Hiku Hauora

Focusing on health promotion

PRIORITY 9: MĀORI HEALTH PROMOTION 

PRIORITY 10: BUILDING WHĀNAU CAPACITY

  • Initiatives that foster whānau being more aware of taking care of themselves and each other

  • Māori Health Promotional Activities

  • Whānau led hauora kaupapa at home and in communities
     

MEASURES

  • Increased Hauora Māori Promoting Activities

  • Increased self-management and Champion initiatives that build whānau capacity

Research, Development & Innovation

PRIORITY 11: BUILDING OUR OWN EVIDENCE BASE, DEVELOPMENT & INNOVATIONS

  • Build Te Hiku Hauora evidence and innovation base
     

MEASURES

  • Paper: Hauora Needs of Māori in Te Hiku o te Ika

  • Increased knowledge about potential research, development and innovation areas for Te Hiku Hauora ​

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