P3 - Otara's Families Live, Learn, Work and Play in Healthy Sustainable Environments

(P3) % Community leaders involved, demonstrating active leadership

50.0%HY1 2018

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Story Behind the Curve

Otara Health's programmes and services are categorised under three pou

  • Whānau Mātauranga (Family Education)
  • Papakainga (Community Services)
  • Hapori Whānui (Community Systems)

This means that the community leaders surveyed are from a mix that sit across the health, social and political spectrums. 

  • Local Board members
  • Councillors
  • NGO leaders
  • Neighbourhood street leaders
  • Maori & Pacific Wardens
  • Mana Whenua
  • MP
  • Local and Central Government department/office leaders
  • School Principals
  • Community Advisory Group
What Works
  • Opportunities provided for community leaders to engage around an issue of common interest
  • Engagement involving community leaders are well coordinated and are facilitated
Action Plan
  • Continue to play a leadership role in the Thriving Otara movement
  • Provide other opportunities for Community leaders to engage around e.g Youth providers forum, Improving Māori input into Local Board decision making
  • Work alongside the CAG to help build its capability and capacity to support Otara Health operations and the Board
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