To make this work possible, we work with co-design partners in our community. Here are some of the organisations and individuals that have helped us bring He Pikinga Waiora to you
Te Kohao Health
Te Kōhao Health is a Māori health provider at the cutting edge of service delivery to whānau.
Te Kōhao is an urban, marae based Māori service provider in the city of Hamilton. Te Kōhao provide approximately 6000 whānau with a range of health, social, employment and education services. Te Kōhao Health has a specific focus on mana motuhake and improving outcomes for Māori. They have been involved in the He Pikinga Waiora project and framework since its inception and are partners in the development of a community and whānau-based lifestyle intervention for addressing pre-diabetes and diabetes.
Poutiri Charitable Trust
Poutiri Charitable Trust was established in 1997 to contract and develop Maori Health Providers within the Bay of Plenty region to deliver on a variety of health and wellbeing services. Poutiri Charitable Trust also delivers Mental Health, Nurse led and Podiatry clinics to address chronic conditions and support for whanau, hapū and iwi. They have been involved in the He Pikinga Waiora project and framework since its inception and are partners in the development of a lifestyle intervention for addressing pre-diabetes and related conditions for men and their whānau.
Check out resources designed for He Pikinga Waiora.
Healthier Lives National Science Challenge
The Healthier Lives National Science Challenge is a national research collaboration dedicated to achieving healthier lives for all New Zealander. Healthier Lives is working on the prevention and treatment of four of New Zealand’s main non-communicable diseases:
Its vision is of Aotearoa New Zealand with equitable health outcomes and a substantially reduced burden on non-communicable diseases (NCDs).