Whāia te Pae Ora mō ngā mokopuna – Securing wellbeing for the next generation.
Hui Whakaoranga is a series of hui focused on taking a generational approach to Māori health development. This kaupapa is sponsored by the Ministry of Health and is a key action in Whakamaua: Māori Health Action Plan 2020-2025.
These hui will provide a significant opportunity for many across iwi, hapū, Māori communities and the health and disability sector to connect, share aspirations and challenges and, to develop goals and milestones for achieving Pae Ora – healthy futures for Māori. This will also involve exploring how to continue building effective partnerships and networks.
By learning from our past and looking forward a generation, Hui Whakaoranga will help us illuminate the pathway toward Pae Ora - securing wellbeing for the next generation.
Be a part of this kaupapa
If you are passionate about the future of Māori health and wellbeing, then you are invited to attend one of the Hui Whakaoranga. We are hosting four regional hui one national, virtual, hui.
The four regional Hui Whakaoranga will be taking place in four locations on the following dates :
- In Wellington on the 18th and 19th of May
- In Dunedin on the 27th and 28th of May
- In Waitangi on the 10th and 11th of June
- In Rotorua on the 15th and 16th of June
The national, virtual, Hui Whakaoranga is planned for the 20th and 21st of July 2021.
Due to the potential for changes to COVID-19 alert levels, each regional hui is limited to 100 participants. The national, virtual, hui has no limit on attendees.
If you are interested in being a part of Hui Whakaoranga, then please get in touch with the Māori Health Directorate at [email protected] A team member will send you through registration links.
There is no cost for registration. You will however need to cover travel and accommodation costs. When your registration is confirmed, Auaha (our event manager) will provide you with information on accommodation options.