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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.

For the second quarter of the 2018/2019 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.

  • 823 whānau were supported through Whānau Direct this quarter
  • 1,349 whānau (with 3,709 whānau members) have engaged since 1 July 2018
  • Of the 2,393 planned outcomes this financial year, 2,095 (88%) have been achieved.
  • The Waiariki region had the highest number of whānau (324 whānau (with 849 members) engaging with the programme since 1 July.

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

  • Kaiārahi engaged with 3,506 whānau this quarter
  • Kaiārahi have engaged with 3,943 whānau (8,733 whānau members) since 1 July 2018
  • 7,412 outcomes have been planned this financial year, with 1,782 (24%) of these outcomes achieved since 1 July.
  • Te Tai Tokerau region had the highest number of whānau (941 whānau totalling 2,413 members) engaging with the programme since 1 July.

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

  • 759 whānau engaged through Collective Impact initiatives this quarter, with a total of 774 whānau (including 1,945 whānau members) engaging with the programme since 1 July 2018
  • 1,826 planned outcomes were reported this financial year, with 124 (7%) of these outcomes achieved since 1 July. Note that many of these planned outcomes are likely to be linked to long-term goals.
  • Te Tai Hauāuru region had the highest number of whānau (190 whānau totalling 519 members) engaging with this programme since 1 July.

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Innovation Fund

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

The fund for 2018/2019 has now been commissioned across the partner network in the following areas:

Programme Design/ Delivery – programmes to support whanau to achieve immediate to short-term outcomes

Commissioning for Community Development – investment in community organisations/groups to strengthen capacity/capabilities

Commissioning for Community Programmes – investment in fostering collaboration between community organisations/groups to support whanau and other organisations for collective impact

Information Technology and Shared Measurement – developing partner capacity/capabilities for shared measurement and outcomes through investment in technology

Workforce Development – initiatives to build capacity/capabilities of kaimahi to support whānau.    

17 April 2019

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