Pīngao ki te tū, Tūturiwhatu ki te tai
When the Pīngao is healthy, the Dotterel will nest
The Whakataukī utilised in the Literature Review Rapua te Aronga-a-Hine (Tupara & Tahere, 2020) defines the contributions that count towards the development of an evidence base that centres on Māori māmā, their pēpi, tāmariki and their whānau to inform workforce-development priorities.
Te Rau Ora is excited to launch our Māori Workforce Survey Kimihia te Aronga a Hine which will build on the literature review Rapua te Aronga a Hine (Tupara, H & Tahere, 2020). The Survey values all Māori who work in Non-Government Organisations, District Health Boards, Kaupapa Māori and Mainstream services and will contribute toward:
- the professional development required,
- promoting indigenous health, and
- building a culturally appropriate and professional Māori workforce to work with Māori māmā, their pēpi, tāmariki and their whānau.
You are pivotal to the success of the Kimihia te Aronga a Hine survey.
Please support this vital Māori workforce initiative by completing the survey and sending it on to whānau, friends and colleagues.
For further information, please contact Kahu.McClintock@terauora.com
Dr Kahu McClintock, Manager Te Kīwai Rangahau, Te Rau Ora,