Rangitīkei Equity &

Wellbeing Profile

After hearing your stories and insights about wellbeing and equity, alongside analysing data and stats from our Rohe Equity and Wellness Dashboard, we have finalised the Rangitīkei Equity and Wellbeing Profile Report. This report shares the incredible strengths, insights and opportunities to build a more resilient, thriving community.

Good Mahi: Ōhura A&P Show

Living in an isolated community like Ōhura presents unique challenges, but the people here are resilient, creative, and hard-working. Sophie Moore-Stockbridge and Justin Stockbridge talk about the challenges but also opportunities to...

Good Mahi: Ōhura A&P Show

Sophie Moore-Stockbridge and Justin Stockbridge talk about the challenges but also opportunities to thrive in a remote area such as Ōhura.

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Unite together. 

Breaking down silos and developing genuine and enduring relationships between communities and organisations. 

Listen together.

Listening and emphasising to ensure everybody within our rohe has an opportunity to share their knowledge and lived experiences. 

Act together.

Working collaboratively to uncover and take action on collective insights, knowledge and experiences.

How we work.

Our process ensures that we are working together with communities and organisations every step of the way.

Seek the

Collating and analysing the data insights through the lens of our frameworks. 

through stories

Engaging with  communities and organisations within our rohe to ensure the insights are understood through a lived experience lens.

Identify insights
and priorities

Bringing together the stats and stories to determine what matters the most to our rohe.


Supporting communities and organisations within our rohe to collectively co-design initiatives that will have a positive and enduring impact.


Evaluating impact by comparing the stats and stories from where we were, to where we are now.

Serving the Rangitīkei, Ruapehu, South Taranaki & Whanganui regions

Ehara taku toa i te toa takitahi, engari kē he toa takitini

My success should not be bestowed onto me alone, it was not individual success but the success of a collective.

This Whakataukī acknowledges the team and community effort that it has taken to bring the data and people insights together in this Whanganui Equity and Wellbeing Profile - its success has come from the contribution of many.

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