Celebrating 22 Years of service to our communities

Tēnā tātou katoa, As we celebrate our 22nd Anniversary, Te Rau Ora reflects on two decades of dedication to the betterment of Māori health. Throughout our journey, we’ve stood firm for Māori, challenging norms to envision a world where our people flourish. Now, we embark on a new chapter, brimming with potential – one of …

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Hua Oranga Training Resources

He Hua Oranga Training Resources These resources are for the Hua Oranga Training. Please download and print each document before attending the training. Definitions Hua Oranga Whai Ora Questionnaire Hua Oranga Practitioner Questionnaire Hua Oranga Whaanau Questionnaire Hua Oranga scoring Tangata Whaiora Hua Oranga outcome measure and reflection-planning tool Pae Tata Pae Tawhiti Tane Case …

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Launch of Ki te Ara Whakamua: Māori Community Action to reduce AOD harm

A community action fund to help support Māori solutions to reduce AOD harm was launched today. The Fund will be administered by national Māori Workforce Development organisation Te Rau Ora in partnership with Te Aka Whai Ora. The Māori Community Action Fund is a one-off contestable fund established to support Māori-led solutions to reduce AOD harm.  The …

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Rangatahi Development Fund

Funding Streams Overview The Rangatahi Development Fund offers two distinct streams: Download Funding GuidelinesOrganisation Development Grant Funding GuidelinesRangatahi-led Innovation Grant Funding Guidelines

Riki Nia Nia

Ngāti Kahungunu, Ngāi Tūhoe, Tonga
| Chief Executive Officer

In Rememberance of the 28th Māori Battalion

A brief overview of the 28th Māori Battalion prepared by Ronald Baker, with insights from his father, Adj. Captain John Baker, who served in the Battalion. The 28th Māori Battalion was part of the 2nd New Zealand Division, the fighting arm of the Second New Zealand Expeditionary Force (2NZEF) in the Second World War (1939-45). …

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Farewell Dr Maria Baker Chief Executive Officer

The Board of Te Rau Ora would like to announce that it is with both sadness and gratitude that we farewell Dr Maria Baker as Chief Executive of Te Rau Ora. As her time draws to a close, we reflect on the following whakatauki: Titoki mai te whenua ki te rangi. Ko nga rau o …

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Ricky Bell

Kō Ngāti Hine kō Te Aupōuri kō Te Rarawa kō Ngāti Hau ki Whangarei kō Ngāpuhi nui tonu ngā hapū whānau
Director, Education & Training