National Māori Public Health Organisation, Hāpai Te Hauora, calls on the new government to reconsider repealing critical, world-leading ,smokefree legislation.
We urgently call on the Government to stop the repeal of the Smokefree Environments and Regulated Products (Smoked Tobacco) Amendment Act.
In response to the New Zealand Government's recent coalition announcement, Hāpai Te Hauora's CEO Jason Alexander, expresses profound concern regarding the potential detrimental effects on Māori com
Whakamānawatia Ngā Mokopuna aims to update the SUDI prevention sector including Te Ao Māori approaches, the health sector changes, SUDI research, national promotion and advocacy campaigns.
Ko Ann-Margaret Campbell-Strickland ahau. Ngā uri ahau o Hokianga Te Roroa te iwi ki te Tai Tokerau me Taranaki Ngāti Ruanui te iwi ki te tonga. E tipu ake au ki Tamaki Makaurau.
We are supporting a Smokefree Generation by sharing the details of the Smokefree Generation Policy that looks to keep tamariki and rangatahi safe from the harms of tobacco. This policy looks to stop the sale of cigarettes to anyone born on or after January 1 2009, with the age limit increasing each year.
National Māori Public Health organisation, Hāpai Te Hauora welcomes the implementation of a Smokefree Generation policy. Interim CEO Jason Alexandar of Hāpai Te Hauora says, ‘The world is looking to Aotearoa as we implement world leading Smokefree legislation.
It has been just over a year since Te Aka Whai Ora, the Māori Health Authority, came into effect and yet as we lead into the election a running theme from some parts of the political sphere is to a
A youth-led campaign Protect Youth Breath aims to address reducing youth vaping harm launches the Later Vaper Arcade in South Auckland.
We are looking for four enthusiastic and dedicated students to join us for our Pia Summer Studentship Program. The position will take place from 20th November 2023 to the end of February 2024 (with a break over our close-down period).