Strengthening He Korowai Oranga

He Korowai Oranga is now strengthened by the following core components that are woven into the ‘inverse’ of the framework.

The core components provide a solid infrastructure by which the elements, key directions, key threads and pathways of the refreshed strategy continue to guide the health system, as well as to guide the people working in it to contribute towards achieving pae ora.

The core components provide a solid infrastructure by which the elements, key directions, key threads and pathways of the refreshed strategy continue to guide the health system, as well as to guide the people working in it to contribute towards achieving pae ora.

Overall aim Pae Ora Healthy futures for Māori Elements Wai Ora Healthy environments Whānau Ora Healthy families Mauri Ora Healthy individuals Directions Māori aspirations and contributions Treaty of Waitangi principles: Partnership Participation Protection Crown aspirations and contributions Key threads Rangatiratanga Knowledge Building on the gains Quality improvement Equity Pathways Whānau, hapū, iwi, community development Leadership Māori participation Planning, resourcing and evaluation Effective service delivery Outcome/ performance and monitoring Working across sectors

In this section

  • The principles of partnership, participation and protection underpin the relationship between the Government and Māori under the Treaty of Waitangi. Read more
  • Māori have equitable health outcomes through access to high-quality health and disability services that are responsive to their aspirations and needs. Read more
  • High-quality health information will ensure the Government, the health and disability sector and Māori make informed decisions and develop initiatives using the best evidence available. Read more
  • Strong leadership sets the foundation for pae ora and improving Māori health outcomes into the future. Read more
  • Effective planning, resourcing and evaluation support more effective services for Māori and improved health outcomes. Read more
  • Measuring and monitoring Māori health progress drives continuous quality improvement in the development, design and delivery of services for Māori. Read more
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