Strengthening health and wellbeing.
WE ARE TE RAU ORA
In our logo
The Mamaku fern references the rau from the original logo (from Te Rau Matatini) as well as health and growth.
The overlapping circles symbolise kotahitanga and building stronger relationships.
Te Rau Ora our logo, tagline, typography and design tells a single-minded story.
To improve Māori Health through leadership, education, research and evaluation, health workforce development and innovative, systemic transformation. We strengthen Māori health and wellbeing through nationally navigated and locally led solutions.
Enhancing the capability and capacity of workforces to respond to the needs of Māori who have addiction-related challenges.
Publications & Resources
Increasing the access to an evidence base, tools and resources of what works well for Māori.
Promoting opportunities for Rangatahi to enter into the health and disability sector pipeline.
Promoting the needs of Māori through public health strategies that are acceptable to Māori aspirations.
Increasing the opportunities for Māori with lived experience to lead and transform approaches in the health sector toward Wellbeing.
Suicide Prevention & Postvention
Addressing the issue of suicide through leadership; Strengthening our Rangatahi, community and whānau capacity, research and evidence to enhance Māori wellbeing.
Enhancing the capability and capacity of workforces to respond to the needs of Māori who experience mental health and emotional challenges.
Education & Training
Drawing from matauranga Māori pedagogy and contemporary health knowledge to ensure participants are supported and empowered to become a stronger workforce.
Promoting leading practice models and approaches to increase the Māori Workforce in the health and disability sector.
Growing and advancing the capacity and capability of Māori for Leadership.
Increasing the evidence base of what works for and by Māori.
Increasing access to opportunities for personal and professional development for people pursuing a career in health.
Our News & Pānui
Stay up to date with our latest articles and pānui
On behalf of Te Whare Tukutuku we would like to extend our thanks to those of you who completed He Ara Waiora Workforce survey. To one and all, the sustenance of chiefs is discussion, and, you gifted your thoughts and your words for our gain. Whiria te muka...
Each year the Waka Ama Sprint Nationals are held at Karapiro. This year, Ngahuia Ormsby, staff member of Te Rau Ora coached two squads of taitama to compete in this year’s races. If you know anything about Waka Ama, it is a movement and a whānau – for this...
Wayfinding transposes the principles of celestial navigation and ocean voyaging by ancient and modern Pasifika voyagers into a framework that can be used in a modern context. Wayfinding was developed by Faumuina Felolini Maria Tafuna’i under the guidance of voyaging...
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Ph: +64 4 473 9591 or 0800 MATATINI
Te Whare o Tāmaki | Auckland Office
86E Plunket Avenue, Wiri, Auckland
Te Whare o Kirikiriroa | Hamilton Office
233 Anglesea Street, Hamilton
PO Box 104 Hamilton, 3240.
Te Whare o Poneke | Wellington Office
2 Cameron Street
PO Box 5731 Wellington, 6140.
Te Whare o Te Waipounamu | South Island Office
Bond Street (Level 1), Dunedin