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Te Whatu Ora’s Health Response for 2022 Special Ukraine Visa Holders

Te Whatu Ora’s health response for the Ukrainians arriving under the 2022 Special Ukraine Visa commenced on 17 October 2022. The response aims to encourage early engagement with the New Zealand health system.

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81st Edition

This edition promotes the upcoming November 2022 Refugee and Asylum Seeker Health and Wellbeing Forum, Te Pae Tata NZ Health Plan 2022 Ethnic Communities section, Te Whatu Ora's Health Response for 2022 Special Ukraine Visa Holders, etc.

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Changes to the Refugee Family Support Category | Immigration New Zealand

Immigration New Zealand has updated their process from registrations and applications to assessment, approval, accommodation plan, ongoing support, orientation, family’s arrival, preparation and flights.

Migrant and Refugee Health Research Centre (AUT) Symposium

Theme: Refugee Journeys: celebrating diversity, participation and future thinking Hosted by: The Auckland University of Technology, Migrant and Refugee Health Research Centre Keynote speaker: Helen Clark, former Prime Minister of New Zealand.

CAHRE National Symposium 2022 | The University of Auckland

Early bird registrations extended until Friday 12th August.

Demography of Asian communities living in the rohe of the Northern Region District Health Boards, 2022

Counties Manukau Health (CM Health), now known as Te Whatu Ora Counties Manukau, identified the need for this document before the announcement of the disestablishment of the District Health Boards (DHBs) to form the current health system, now known as Te Whatu Ora - Health New Zealand.

Final list of the refugee settlement service providers for the thirteen refugee settlement locations | Immigration New Zealand

Immigration New Zealand (INZ) contracts community-based providers to deliver settlement support services to quota refugees following their arrival in settlement locations around the country.

Health Information Videos in NZ Sign Language | Health Navigator

Health Navigators have made available a series of health information videos in New Zealand Sign Language.

Caring for People with Dementia Together (CPT) Newsletter

Caring for People with Dementia Together is a project set up in March 2021 to improve the Dementia Services for Chinese People Living with Dementia and their carers.

Changes to Refugee Settlement Service Providers and Service Provision | Immigration New Zealand

Immigration New Zealand (INZ) contracts 13 community-based providers to deliver settlement support services to quota refugees following their arrival in settlement locations around the country.

CAHRE National Symposium 2022 | The University of Auckland

Suitable for academics and researchers, policymakers and service managers, clinicians, community practitioners, and students who work in or are interested in Asian and Ethnic Minority (A/EM) health.

Indian Origin Pride New Zealand (IOPNZ)

Indian Origin Pride New Zealand is a charitable trust leading the way for LGBTQIA++ Indians and their families in Aotearoa New Zealand so that they can be proud of their identity.

Financial and food support are available for Asian families in self-isolation and living in Auckland.

Asian Family Services (AFS) can assist Asian families living in Auckland facing financial difficulties while self-isolating because of COVID-19 by applying for the MSD (Ministry of Social Development) discretionary fund.

Canterbury’s Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Communities’ Views About Mental Illness (2017) | Pegasus Health (Charitable) Ltd

Pegasus Health is a primary health organisation providing services and support to general practices and community-based health providers.