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National Hauora Coalition Receives Australasian Award For Primary Mental Healthcare in Tāmaki Makaurau
Tū Whakaruruhau (IPMHAS)- The Auckland Wellbeing Collaborative receives international recognition for successfully g...
New dashboard aims to give pēpi Māori the best start in life
The National Hauora Coalition (NHC) has released a dashboard to support qualityimprovement among primary and maternit...
National Hauora Coalition announces the appointment of Dr Rachel Brown as Interim Chief Executive.
National Hauora Coalition (NHC) has announced the appointment of wahine Māori, Dr Rachel Brown, as Interim Chief Exe...
Te Tiriti o Waitangi must be honoured in continued Covid-19 response
PRESS RELEASE 6/12/2021Te Tiriti o Waitangi must be honoured in continued Covid-19 response National Hauora Coalition...
National Hauora Coalition welcomes Waitangi Tribunal’s clear direction for primary health care
PRESS RELEASE 20/10/2021 National Hauora Coalition welcomes Waitangi Tribunal’s clear direction for primary health ...
Māori Health Authority and Health New Zealand interim board appointments first step in longer journey
PRESS RELEASE 24/09/2021 Māori Health Authority and Health New Zealand interim board appointments first step in long...
Vulnerable populations need to be first to get their first vaccination
PRESS RELEASE 20/08/2021 Vulnerable populations need to be first to get their first vaccination National Hauora Coali...
Time to right the wrongs of decades of underfunding
PRESS RELEASE 10/08/2021 Time to right the wrongs of decades of underfunding In a landmark report released yesterday ...
National Hauora Coalition welcomes the Government’s partnership budget
PRESS RELEASE – 20/05/21National Hauora Coalition welcomes the Government’s partnership budget The Budget...
National Hauora Coalition welcomes Government’s announcement of independent hauora agency
PRESS RELEASE 21/4/21 National Hauora Coalition welcomes Government’s announcement of an independent hauora agencyN...
National Hauora Coalition supports open letter on drug reform
National Hauora Coalition supports open letter urging the Government to repeal and replace the Misuse Use of Dru...
Research to improve medicines access for whānau
8/4/21 PRESS RELEASE: Research to improve medicines access for whānau Ngā Kaitiaki o Te Puna Rongoā o Aotearoa, th...
Emergency Flooding Support (2023)
If you are looking for resources to help support those affected by flooding, here are some useful links: Auckland Eme...
Reducing Healthcare Inequities for Maori using Telehealth during Covid
Māori experience barriers to accessing timely, quality healthcare. The March 2020 COVID-19 lockdown in New Zealand r...
Evaluation of school-based health services in primary and intermediate schools (Mana Kidz)
The final Mana Kidz report is a summary evaluation of Mana Kidz completed between November 2021 and April 2022, prepa...
The bus with 11 steering wheels and 11 brakes: Celebrating National Hauora Coalition
The bus with 11 steering wheels and 11 brakes: Celebrating National Hauora Coalition An organisation that began as a ...
Celebrating in a time of pandemic
In a “yellowish alert level,” keep your greetings to air kisses and elbow bumps, and don’t forget to wash your ...
Coalition’s innovative Best Start prompt tools aim for equity, one baby at a time
Alan Perrott delves into a kaupapa Māori approach to maternity care in general practice Key points Best Start, from ...
PHO’s ambition stretches past horizon of new Hamilton office
Welcoming 17 Waikato practices to their adopted PHO’s new central Hamilton offices is not just a celebration bu...
The Generation 2040 Project National Hauora Coalition (NHC) is pleased to announce the launch of Generation 2040; a w...
British Medical Journal Open publishes paper about Mana Tū study
The British Medical Journal Open recently published a paper describing the study protocol for a cluster randomised co...
Mana Tū: a whānau ora approach to type 2 diabetes
The New Zealand Medical Journal recently published a paper describing the rationale behind the development of the Man...
Māori Health inequity as a humanitarian crisis in Aotearoa?
Over the next few weeks we will be showcasing developments and thinking from across our network and will share some o...
Mana Tū programme awarded Tūhono award at Matariki ceremony
The NHC’s Mana Tū programme was awarded the Tūhono Award by the Auckland District ...
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📣 Auckland Flood Relief 📣
Pop-up Community Hub - Mangere
There is a pop-up community hub open in Mangere 8am – 8pm today
Moana Nui a Kiwa Pool and Leisure Centre, 66B Mascot Avenue, Mangere
Agencies and community groups, alongside Auckland Emergency Management, will be there to help.
Community Support – West Auckland
Hub West 27 and 29 Corban Avenue, Henderson
For food, clothing, blankets, water, hot drinks, hot shower, electronics charged and accessible bathrooms.
Civil Defence Centre
For evacuation support and urgent accommodation call the civil defence centre on:
📞800 22 22 00
Locations across Tāmaki Makaurau:
West: St Leonards Road School – 15 St Leonards Road, Kelston
North: Massey University Albany Campus – Sir Neil Walters Lecture Theatre, Massey University East Precinct, Albany Expressway SH17
South: Manu Tukutuku – 32 Riverton Drive, Randwick Park
📞Call MSD on 0800 400 100
Civil defence payments are available to whānau who have been affected by the flooding.
HUHA (Helping You Help Animals) – Assisting those with animal needs
📞“If you or someone you know needs any help with animals, call 027 4416474, 022 249 1020, 0800 00 83 33.”
Water & Watercare updates
Please be aware: Some water is not safe and whānau should keep tamariki away from flood waters and check their local water supplies. You can do this on the below link.
Vector outages map
Auckland Council updates
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