Māori Health Authority spends $22m to embed Māori worldview

Staff reporters
Tue, 15 Mar 2022

The interim Māori Health Authority has announced its first funding package for Māori providers, spending $22 million out of its $98m budget.The authority’s inaugural funding package was announced by co-chairs Tipa Mahuta and Sharon Shea at Ngāti Toa’s Takapūwāhia Marae on Tuesday and is aimed at embedding Te Ao Māori (the Māori worldview) throughout the health system.The funding will support the development of the kaupapa Māori workforce, rongoā services (traditional healing), mātauranga Māori models of care and kaupapa Māori approa...

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