Important features in Public Health for Māori realise:
- Health is inseparable from Māori realities and perspectives
- Strategies and methods will centre on Māori health and wellbeing
- Opportunities to enhance Māori identity
- The advancement of individual and collective strengths
COVID 19 – Supporting a Colleague
COVID 19 – Helping our Frontline Workforces deal with Stress
COVID 19 – Helping our Tamariki deal with Stress
COVID 19 – Be Prepared
COVID 19 – Preventive measures for yourself and Whānau
What Physical Distancing to COVID 19 means to Māori. A Te Rau Ora Resource
Kaitiaki Ahurea | (Public Health)
Kaitiaki Ahurea is a Health Promotion training course to assist workforces to enhance their engagement and outcomes with Māori Communities.
Valerie Williams is the key contact for Kaitiaki Ahurea.
For further information contact Valerie.Williams@terauora.com
In 2019, in partnership with International Indian Treaty Council, Te Rau Ora hosted a Pacific Food Sovereignty and Traditional Knowledge Conference at Takahiwai Marae, Northland Aotearoa. This declaration was created and endorsed by the participants.
For info about International Indian Treaty Council: https://www.iitc.org/