Kei te kapu o te ringa, o te whānau, o te hapū, o te iwi tonu ko te hauora o te tangata

Wellbeing and prosperity, is in the hands of our whānau, hapū and iwi

Have Your Say

The Tihei Tākitimu Partnership Board connects with whānau and hapū to gather information about hauora needs. By connecting with whānau and collecting kōrero from our people, we are able to provide the Māori Health Authority and Health New Zealand with a clear understanding of hauora priorities for whānau Māori in our region.

As well as capturing whānau feedback and experiences we also collate data, report on health activities and support hauora initiatives within our rohe.

This survey seeks your input on where Tihei Tākitimu should focus its hauora efforts and mahi.

All survey responses are anonymous.

Whānau Voice Survey

OUR REGION

Rohe

According to Census 2018, the Māori population of Hawke’s Bay was close to 45,000, representing 27% of the total population, with a median age of 24.6 years.

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WHAT WE DO

Ā mātou mahi

Tihei Tākitimu creates safe spaces to connect with whānau and hapū, so that we can understand what is working and what needs improving within our health services. By capturing your experiences within the health system, we are able to advocate for changes to improve the hauora of our communities.

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YOUR BOARD

Mana whakahaere

The inaugural Board comprises 7 members, bringing passion, knowledge, experience and an ambition to enable whānau to have a voice at the table when it comes to health.

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OUR ASPIRATION

VISION

Wellbeing and prosperity is in the hands of our whānau, hapū and iwi.

OUR PURPOSE

MISSION

Empower and amplify whānau voice to advocate for transformational changes within the health system.

OUR VALUES

NGĀ MĀTĀPONO

He Kanohi Hōmiromiro

Determined to advocate for & create change for the betterment of Māori

He Kanohi Kitea

Connected, accountable, and responsive to mana whenua and hapori Māori within our rohe

He Pononga mō te Iwi

Committed to our communities, and guided by the aspirations of whānau, hapū, and iwi

He Mana Motuhake

Dedicated to elevating the rangatiratanga of whānau, hapū and iwi in health services within the region

He Ringa Hora

Dedicated to manaaki, and ensuring Māori and non-Māori are well cared for within our regional health services

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