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Hoea te waka: Indigenous suicide prevention outcomes framework and evaluation processes – Part 1

Kahu McClintock, Rachel McClintock

Abstract

In 2014, the first dedicated national Māori Suicide prevention approach coupled with a Pasifika programme was launched, profiled as the Waka Hourua National Suicide Prevention Programme 2014 – 2017 funded by the Ministry of Health. Te Rau Matatini, a national Māori non-government organisation and their Pasifika partner organisation Le Va, established and offered the programme.  The “Hoea te waka: Indigenous suicide prevention outcomes framework and evaluation processes” article provides a summation of the outcomes framework and evaluation methodology utilised for the Waka Hourua National Suicide Prevention Programme 2014 – 2017 with particular focus on the 47 Māori community fund projects.

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