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We are performance and results focussed & will prove our contributions make a difference. Because the status quo isn’t acceptable, and we are intolerant of inequities. Below you will find the NHC annual reports, along with several other published reports and some impressive case studies, showing the results the NHC is achieving.
NHC ANNUAL REPORTS
National Hauora Coalition is proud to present the Annual Report for 2020. This document highlights key achievements, the impact our work has had on whānau and NHC's commitment to our vision of mana whānau, whānau ora. READ THE REPORT
The NHC is proud to present the Annual Report for 2019. This document highlights key achievements and the impact our work had on whānau in the previous financial year. READ THE REPORT
The NHC is proud to present the Annual Report for 2018. This document highlights key achievements for the NHC and the impact our work had on whānau in the previous financial year.
The NHC is proud to present the Annual Report for 2017. This document highlights key achievements for the NHC and the impact our work had on whānau in the previous financial year.
The New Zealand Medical Journal recently published a paper describing the rationale behind the development of the Mana Tū programme. Mana Tū is a unique Māori-lead programme developed and led by the National Hauora Coalition that supports people with poorly controlled type 2 diabetes to successfully self-manage with their condition.
NHC engaged Julian King & Associates Limited to undertake an evaluation of the FFP programme, which was designed as a new approach to primary health care funding allocation, and reducing inequities among high needs populations.
NHC led a series of four pilot interventions to test whether they had an impact on antibiotic adherence. The trial was carried out in the South Auckland community during late 2014.
NHC recently published a report to articulate equity considerations regarding the sustainability of very ‘high needs’ Primary Care practices in a capitated environment.
Mahi is good for Everyone! The Mana Taimahi programme recognises the positive effects of being employed. There is strong evidence that people in work are generally healthier and happier, with better long term social outcomes than those not in work. Many people with...
Reducing the impact of diabetes. Our Mana Tū programme was co-designed alongside patients with diabetes, clinicians, health service planners and whānau ora providers to improve the impact of whānau living with pre-diabetes and people with poorly controlled diabetes....
FOR THE BEST START IN LIFE! Mana Kidz is a successful nurse led, school health programme addressing important health issues for eligible tamariki. There is no other programme in Aotearoa like Mana Kidz and it has achieved many positive outcomes. Reaching children in...
HEALTHY HOMES GIVE TAMARIKI THE BEST START IN LIFE The AWHI Hub programme is a free initiative working to improve the housing conditions for whānau in the south Tāmaki Makaurau area. With less household sickness overall, the results are encouraging. ...