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Whānau Ora review : Tipu Matoro ki Ao. Final report to the Minister for Whānau Ora Independent Whānau Ora Review Panel. Chair: Caren Rangi

Contributor(s): Rangi, Caren [Chair] | Independent Whānau Ora Review Panel.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Wellington, New Zealand : Te Puni Kōkori, 2018Description: electronic document (140 pages) ; PDF file.Subject(s): INTERVENTION | MĀORI | PACIFIC PEOPLES | PASIFIKA | SOCIAL POLICY | WELLBEING | WHĀNAU ORA | NEW ZEALANDOnline resources: Click here to access online | Access the website Summary: In April 2018, the government agreed to conduct a review of this second phase, the Whānau Ora commissioning approach. This report is the outcome of that review. It provides a brief background to Whānau Ora, describes the current commissioning approach and addresses the core matters posed in the review Terms of Reference. Those matters were: i. The ability of the Whānau Ora Commissioning Approach to effect sustainable change in the wellbeing and development potential of whānau; ii. The extent to which the Whanau Ora service delivery model and commissioning approach is accountable and transparent in the achievement of outcomes for whanau; and iii. The applicability of a whānau-centred approach as a useful exemplar for improving outcomes for whānau across Government with an emphasis on the social sector. (From the Executive summary). For more background information on Whānau Ora and for information on the next steps, access the website. Record #6170
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Report released 20 February 2019

In April 2018, the government agreed to conduct a review of this second phase, the Whānau Ora commissioning approach. This report is the outcome of that review. It provides a brief background to Whānau Ora, describes the current commissioning approach and addresses the core matters posed in the review Terms of Reference. Those matters were:

i. The ability of the Whānau Ora Commissioning Approach to effect sustainable change in the wellbeing and development potential of whānau;
ii. The extent to which the Whanau Ora service delivery model and commissioning approach is accountable and transparent in the achievement of outcomes for whanau; and iii. The applicability of a whānau-centred approach as a useful exemplar for improving outcomes for whānau across Government with an emphasis on the social sector. (From the Executive summary). For more background information on Whānau Ora and for information on the next steps, access the website. Record #6170