Ta’ase Vaoga recently spoke at a webinar on wellbeing for rangatahi M?ori and young people. She shared about OHI Data Navigator and how we can understand wellbeing and systems change through data. Check it out below (she’s on from 22:15!)
Data released today provides a five-year view of the experiences of Rangatahi in Aotearoa, focusing on exclusion and disadvantage. The data was released as part of the webapp, OHI Data Navigator, a project of Te Rourou, One Aotearoa Foundation.
We’re excited to bring you insights from the NZ Health Survey focused on rangatahi experiences from the period pre- and post- 2018. Our insights explore experiences of drugs and alcohol, health indicators and unmet health needs. Check out the Fact Sheets in the images or download the PDF.
OHI Data Navigator finds one in five rangatahi continue to experience disadvantage and exclusion in Aotearoa Te Rourou, Vodafone Aotearoa Foundation, launches Taiohi Insights Report. Te Rourou, Vodafone Aotearoa Foundation, has today released its Taiohi Insights report, an annual report on the shifts in data relating to the experiences of rangatahi in Aotearoa. The report […]
OHI Data Navigator wins big at the of IDC’s 2022 Smart City Asia/Pacific Awards (SCAPA)
2021 Data Refresh, what you need to know
The Thriving Rangatahi Population Explorer has been on a short but deep journey arriving firmly on its waka as OHI Data Navigator.
3 March 2021 By Lani Evans, Head of Foundation & Sustainability This article was originally published in the Philanthropy New Zealand magazine. Lani Evans, Head of the Vodafone New Zealand Foundation asks funders to take a moment and consider how to use data safely, effectively, and critically. Lani explains the difference between qualitative and quantitative, and […]
Some tips to help you navigate the data.