Our full name is Oranga Tamariki—Ministry for Children.'Oranga' is the wellbeing we want to help the children we work with to have.'Tamariki' reminds us that children are descended from greatness. They are born with an inherent mana that can be damaged by abuse and neglect.We support children, family and whānau to restore their mana, their sense of self, their important connections and relationships, their right to heal and recover, an...
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Gráinne's update - Looking to the future
Chief Executive Gráinne Mo...
The Children's Team approach
All working as one
Children’s Teams bring together practitioners and professionals from iwi, health, justice, education and social services to create a single plan to help and support children who are at risk of abuse or neglect.The problemWe know tamariki and whānau may require support from a range of sectors. Often the help they receive...
The task ahead
We’re on a journey to ensure all children are in loving whānau and communities where oranga tamariki can be realised. Our aspirations are high, and the scale of the task is significant.A priority is making sure all children receive care from loving, stable families at the earliest opportunity. It’s about investing in children now, so that we can prevent harm later. And it means using evidence to figure out what to...
Our core services
We’re building a comprehensive set of services for our children and young people, spanning prevention through to early adulthood services. The design and delivery of intervention, care and youth justice services is currently under transformation, with prevention and transition services growing over the next five years as the Ministry significantly expands its capacity in these are...
ENHANCING TAMARIKI AND WHĀNAU
PARTICIPATION IN DECISION MAKING
External Evaluation Summary Report
Dr Catherine Love, Shamia Makarini, Charles Waldegrave,
Dr Giang Nguyen, Wayne Makarini
A Report by the Family Centre Social Policy Research Unit for Oranga
Tamariki, Ministry for Children
Family Centre Social Policy
Me Te Rangimarie
Tātou Tātou e
Report Ngati Porou Iwi Led FGC Formative Evaluation
Summary Report: Formative evaluation of the iwi-led
family group conference pilot
Prepared for: Oranga Tamariki
Prepared by: Kataraina Pipi, Cain Kerehoma, Roxanne Smith
Date: 7 November 2018
Te Rūnanga o Ngāti Porou (TRONPnui) and Oranga Tamariki have a formal agreement to address the
disproportionate numbers of Ngāti Porou youth journeying through the youth justice system. This
Qualitative Process Evaluation
of Mokopuna Ora: Summary
Prepared for: Oranga Tamariki
Ko te taitamaiti nei
Hīkina, tauawhina kia aroha
Hipokina e te wairua o nehe
Te āhurutanga o kui mā, o koro mā, o whānau mā
Kia mana, kia ora taitamaiti e, mokopuna e
Heoi, mihia kau atu mātau ki te take o tēnei arotakenga, arā, ko Mokopuna Ora. Nā te
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Rangitāne o Wairarapa Inc.
Professional Practice Group
Dr Michael Roguski
Iwi-led Care and Protection Family Group
Conference Evaluation Summary Report
Tū Mai Rā
Tū mai rā, tū mai rā
Ngā uri o Rangitāne
Whakamau ki tō tupuna
Tō whakapapa rangatira
Me mau t...