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.
Kaiārahi are specialist navigators of services for whānau. They support whānau and work with them to plan for a better future.
Collective Impact for Whānau consists of a committed group of partners who share a common goal that achieves a specific outcome for whānau.
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.