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Our 80 Whānau Ora Partners work with families across Te Ika-a-Māui (the North Island) to support better outcomes for whānau.

Outcomes are the areas that are most commonly identified by whānau for improvement, such as health, standards of living, engagement with Te Ao Māori, and community participation.

For the first quarter of the 2019-2020 year, the following outcomes and achievements have been reported across our four programmes:

Whānau Direct allows whānau to identify and access resources in moments that assist them to overcome barriers to their Whānau Plan.

  • 503  whānau were supported through Whānau Direct this quarter, including 1,469 whānau members
  • A total of 866 outcomes (an average of 1.7 outcomes per whānau) have been planned so far this financial year, and 685 (79%) have already been achieved
  • Waiariki region had the highest number of whānau (108 with 244 members) engaging with the programme since 1 July

Kaiārahi are specialist navigators of services for whānau. They support whānau and work with them to plan for a better future.

  • Kaiārahi engaged with 4,462 whānau this quarter, including 8,840 whānau members
  • 5,062 outcomes have been planned this financial year, with 809 (16%) of these outcomes achieved so far
  • Waiariki region had the highest number of whānau (1,305 whānau totalling 2,643 members) engaging with the programme since 1 July

Collective Impact for Whānau consists of a committed group of partners who share a common goal that achieves a specific outcome for whānau.

  • 960 whānau engaged through Collective Impact initiatives this quarter, including a total of 2,356 whānau members
  • 3,560 planned outcomes were reported this financial year, with 137 (4%) of these outcomes achieved since 1 July. Note that many of these planned outcomes are likely to be linked to long-term goals.
  • Ikaroa-Rāwhiti region had the highest number of whānau (203 whānau totalling 439 members) engaging with this programme since 1 July.

The Innovation Fund allows our Partners to innovate for solutions tailored to whānau in their communities.

Planning has commenced for the Innovation Fund 2019-2020.

10 December 2019

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