The First 3 Years – Whānau Ora in Action
A glance at Pasifika Futures three years on and the Whanau Ora work dedicated to prosperous Pacific families. This report covers results and provides data and insights on the following outcomes:
- Economically Independent and Resilient: Financial Freedom
- Healthy Live: Living Longer, Living Better
- Succeeding in Education: Lifelong Learning
- Culture, Leadership and Community: Leading and Caring for our Families, Communities and Country
Pasifika People in NZ – How We are Doing?
This report provides a current statistical overview of Pacific peoples in New Zealand. It provides demographic and background data on the current state of Pacific participation in the areas of education, health, employment, income, housing, leadership, culture and community participation.
2016 Annual Report – The Second Year
The annual report is a key accountability document for the second full year for Pasifika Futures as a Pacific Whānau Ora Commissioning Agency. The report detailed performance against Whānau Ora outcomes, the results being delivered by our 32 partners who have worked with over 5,300 families and more than 30,000 individuals and audited financial statements.
Fact Sheet for Whānau Ora Pacific Families
This fact sheet provides general and background information on Pasifika Future Whānau Ora commissioning activities.
Pasifika Whanau Ora Conference Evaluation Report
Feedback gathered on Pasifika Whānau Ora Conference, which took place in Wellington in November, has been distilled into an evaluation report which can be downloaded below.
2015 Annual Report – The First Year
The annual report is a key accountability document for Pasifika Futures as a Whānau Ora Commissioning Agency. It reports performance against Whānau Ora outcomes framework and contains achievements for the year, performance against specific commissioning activities, and audited financial statements.
Pacific People in NZ Report
The report found that Pacific people make up 7.4% of the total population of New Zealand and are the fourth largest ethnic group in New Zealand. The demographic overview showed the Pacific population has grown by 11.2% since 2006, twice the rate of the overall population. Pacific people have the smallest proportion with a degree and the largest proportion with no qualification at all. In health, Pacific people face an inequitable burden of chronic disease including high rates of obesity and diabetes. The Pacific unemployment rate has been consistently higher than the rate for the total population and Pacific people have the lowest percent of people living in an owned home.
Progress Snapshot 2015
The counts for this snapshot are taken from the Pacific Whānau Ora programme and its commissioning activities following a year on since the commissioning agency was established.
The report highlights providers, trusts, community groups, churches, organisation and individuals funded under the Pasifika Whānau Ora programme for various projects and developments devoted to working with Pasifika families within their areas of focus.
Pasifika Futures Strategic Plan
We have developed a Strategic Plan for 2015-2020 which outlines how we plan to achieve our vision and goals during this time.
You can download it here: