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PATH in Action

Using the PATH to support whānau planning (families to plan) has been exciting and resulted in whānau realising their dreams, reflecting on their futures and planning to achieve specific goals for themselves.

Kataraina Pipi has been using the PATH planning tool in Aotearoa/NZ for over the past 15 years in a variety of different contexts. See MAI Review article for more information.

In 2012/2013 PATH has been used to support whānau ora developments.  How the PATH fits into the NZ policy context in supporting whānau transformation is outlined in the following document.

Using the PATH to support whānau planning (families to plan) has been exciting and resulted in whānau realising their dreams, reflecting on their futures and planning to achieve specific goals for themselves.

Whānau Oa Provider Collectives have participated in PATH Facilitator training courses to support their workers to utilise the PATH for whānau planning. Navigators in particular have been trained in PATH.

Collectives and Providers involved include Te Pū o te Wheke (mid-north), Te Hau Āhiowhio o Otangarei (Whangarei), Ngā Ripo (Kaipara), Ngati Whaatua – Mai Whānau, Te Kotahitanga (Auckland), Huakina Development Trsut (Pukekohe), Te Arawa Whānau Ora Provider Collective (Rotorua), Whaiora Trust (Masterton), Rū Whenua Kaitoko Whānau kaimahi (Christchurch)

Whanau and the PATH