The information provided by Te Rōpū Whakakaupapa Urutā has been developed by leading Maori medical health experts including Primary Care Specialists, Public Health Experts, Public Health Physicians, Māori Nurses, iwi leaders.
How we can support marae, hapū and iwi
Auckland is at Alert Level 3
The rest of Aotearoa is at Alert Level 2
Te Rōpū Whakakaupapa Urutā seeks to support marae, hapū and iwi by:
Providing clear, evidence-based, information for Māori communities. We prepare these in response to issues raised internally and through our networks. Often this is also done at the request of iwi who have identified gaps in what is already available for whānau.
Support members of our rōpū to provide Māori health advice and expertise to a small number of the Government’s pandemic technical advisory groups.
Advocating for Government action (within the pandemic response, from DHB’s and across the whole of government) that is centred on equity and the principles of Mana motuhake, Mana taurite and Mana whakaora.
To seek health-specific advice and guidance, or to raise health-specific concerns, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Relationships with other groups:
Since our establishment, a primary focus for Te Rōpū Whakakaupapa Urutā has been to connect with and form relationships with key external groups to influence and lead relevant and effective health responses to COVID-19 for Māori communities.
Through these relationships, we have been instrumental in raising and addressing a wide range of issues and concerns that impact on whānau, hapū and iwi.
We have developed relationships with the following groups: