Ka tika ka ora: the Māori health provider work programme 2009-2010
Ka tika ka ora – the Māori provider work programme is a key part of the Ministry of Health’s (the Ministry) work to support the further development of effective health and disability providers that are Māori owned and Māori governed (Māori health providers).
Ka tika ka ora brings together all the activities the Ministry and District Health Boards (DHBs) are planning to undertake to support Māori Providers in the 2009-2010 financial year. The purpose of this work is to provide a foundation for the Ministry and DHBs to build a consistent approach to supporting a strong body of Māori providers.
This publication contains information on:
- the Māori provider sector
- the challenges Māori providers identified during engagement hui
- Ministry and DHB policy around Māori providers
- examples of Ministry and DHB activities to support Māori providers.
A more complete view of the activities the Ministry and DHBs are planning to undertake to support Māori providers are outlined in the Activity tables.