Mana Motuhake o te Kai Framework

Healthy Families Waitākere has engaged with several organisations and whānau on the issue of food security and discussed how to grow kai sovereignty in West Auckland. Kai sovereignty emphasises placing control of food back into local communities. If you would like to know more about this mahi, please email hfw@sportwaitakere.nz Toolkit Framework

Te Whai Kori: Regional Play Framework for Tāmaki Makaurau

This Regional Play Framework was developed by play system leaders and champions’ from across Tāmaki Makaurau to unite organisations who believe in the power of play for our tamariki and rangatahi, their whānau and our communities.  Download

HFNZ National Play Impact Report

The Healthy Families NZ National Play Report is out now! See how our different locations are connecting with communities around the country to change attitudes and bring back play. Download

Digital Literacy Programme Evaluation

The national Local Government Impact Report shares our learnings, insights and shines a light on how we successfully partner with local government to achieve collective impact and implementation at scale. Through changing our environments to support improved mental wellbeing and resilience, nutrition, increased physical activity, more people being smokefree and reducing the harm from alcohol, […]

Local Government Impact Report

The national Local Government Impact Report shares our learnings, insights and shines a light on how we successfully partner with local government to achieve collective impact and implementation at scale. Through changing our environments to support improved mental wellbeing and resilience, nutrition, increased physical activity, more people being smokefree and reducing the harm from alcohol, […]

Testing a Neighbourhood Play System blueprint to create more playful neighbourhoods

Sport Waitākere has tested the Neighbourhood Play System blueprint to assess play opportunities in the Pātiki community surrounding Te Kura o Pātiki: Rosebank School. This report provides a comprehensive assessment of the area surrounding Te Kura o Pātiki: Rosebank School. Through consultation and co-design with tamariki it has identified opportunities to create a more playful neighbourhood. […]

Case Study: Tāfesilafa’i A Community of Care for Aoga Amata

Tāfesilafa’i is an aiga (family) centred innovation that is community-led and nationally enabled. It’s a place for Aoga Amata (Samoan language nests) to come together, connect, share, and grow confidence in weaving Samoan cultural values, practices, and beliefs into educational practice.  Download