Evaluation of the Family Start programme: Report on findings of the impact evaluation (2021)
The purpose of this impact evaluation was to assess the impact that Family Start participation is having on the wellbeing of New Zealand children and their whānau. The evaluation examined a range of health, educational, and social outcomes for children, including separate analyses for Māori and Pasifika children. The evaluation was informed by a Bridging Cultural Perspectives approach which comprises the He Awa Whiria and Negotiated Spaces models. Reviewers representing the three knowledge streams (Māori, Pasifika, Pākehā) worked together to assist with the interpretation of the findings at an aggregate level, and through the lens of each worldview.
CitationPreval N, Apatov E, Cording J (2021). Evaluation of the Family Start programme: Report on findings of the impact evaluation. Oranga Tamariki. Oranga Tamariki. Oranga Tamariki.
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ANZSRC Fields of Research32 - Biomedical and clinical sciences::3213 - Paediatrics::321302 - Infant and child health
42 - Health sciences::4206 - Public health::420605 - Preventative health care
42 - Health sciences::4206 - Public health::420606 - Social determinants of health
45 - Indigenous studies::4510 - Te hauora me te oranga o te Māori (Māori health and wellbeing)::451011 - Te hauora me te oranga ā-whaea, ā-pēpi o te Māori (Māori mothers and babies health and wellbeing)
45 - Indigenous studies::4516 - Pacific Peoples health and wellbeing::451611 - Pacific Peoples mothers and babies health and wellbeing
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