We’re unique in that we connect with many within the youth workforce and health sector, including partnering with the Te Whatu Ora (formerly named the Ministry of Health), and with different community and international organisations.
Most importantly, is that we connect with those that we hope will benefit the most from our mahi – Aotearoa’s rangatahi and the health workforce that support them.
In the last few years we have had the privilege of establishing the following advisory groups, click on the names below to learn more about each of these groups and the important mahi they are doing for our rangatahi and for the workforce that support them, and if you have any questions reach out to us.
- Enhancing School Based Health Services project (Te Whatu Ora, Te Tatau Kitenga & Te Roopū Matanga o Rangatahi)
- National Youth Health Leadership Group / Te Tatau Kitenga & Te Roopū Matanga o Rangatahi)
- Māngai Whakatipu
- Rangatahi Māori Advisory Roopū
Click on each of the above to find out more about each of these groups and the important mahi being done.