MANA TANGATA WHENUA: NATIONAL GUIDELINES

We developed the National Guidelines in response to requests we received from other organisations.

The National Guidelines help organisations to plan and deliver sexual and reproductive health services that better match the values and aspirations of Māori communities. They were evaluated with staff of Family Planning and meet the Ministry of Health guidelines for health education resources, and available for download through the link below.

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HONOUR PROJECT AOTEAROA

This project investigates life experiences of takatāpui to help improve access to health services.

Funded by the Health Research Council of New Zealand, this 3-year research project is a partnership between Te Kotahi Research Institute and Te Whāriki Takapou. 

We are running a confidential survey for takatāpui and Māori LGBTQI from 1 March-31 August 2018.

Learn about the survey…

ADVISORY SERVICES

We provide advisory services upon request to organisations to help build healthy public policy.

Organisations can include networks and communities, and examples of the types of advisory services include assisting organisations to reorient services, advocating for Māori-responsive public health policy, and working with the media to inform Māori communities.