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EDITION ONE - KO TE TUATAHI

IN THIS EDITION

PAGE 1 Welcome opening to the first edition of SHopp, Publication updates and information for the second edition to come in 2012, a warm word from our supportive PHG|MOH Group PAGE 2 Who are the editors? Te Ahurei a Rangatahi Organisational profile spotlight: Te Puawaitapu ki Poneke PAGE 3 Where are we all based n NZ? PAGE 4

DECEMBER 2011

Kia ora tatou katoa! He mihi nui kia koutou katoa huri noa I Aotearoa Whaanui! It brings us great pleasure to welcome you all throughout New Zealand to the first edition of:

theSHopp ! ‘now open for connecting SH opportunities’ A quarterly newsletter planned to inform sexual health providers currently MOH connected, (throughout Aotearoa) in accessing; available resources, up and coming training opportunities and what’s happening in different areas of this sector. Excited much!? We all should be! as we now have an available forum to connect expertise and bring it all together, so keep your Sexual Health messages and information coming through to us so we can put it out there for all to rep…!! The word on the street is ‘Sexually Healthy’… so stay locked, keep it positively loaded and be sure to remain connected over the next year to come!! Mauri Tu, Mauri Ora, Live fully, live your life well…

Available Resources, Training opportunities and wesites to view SH MESSAGE IS KINDLY SHARED AMONGST US ALL FROM: Te Tūāpapa Mate Āraikore o Aotearoa,

The NZ Aids Foundation

NGA MIHI MO TE TAU HOU

PUBLIC HEALTH GROUP (PHG) of Sexual & Reproductive Health What has been occurring for 2010 and 2011? Direct report from Ngaire Sandel PHG restructured early 2010 has changed from managing regionally many different contracts plus national issues per Portfolio Manager to a national Issue approach. August 2010: SH moved from Family Whanau Team to the Chronic Diseases Team, Sexual Health Issue is now led by Ngaire Sandel who is based in the Hamilton office. The Manager for this team is Manaia King based in Auckland. Manaaki Nepia also in Hamilton was also managing some SH contracts along with her Tobacco Issue Lead in which she will be leaving to rejoin the DHB. 2010/2011 has seen progress in the following:

www.nzaf.org.nz

Report ‘Review of HIV services for people in NZ’ completed and made public New funding for 3 HIV/AIDS Positive providers from 01/01/11 for Health Promotion and Support for PLWHA (in response to a recommendation from the HIV Review 'Miller Report') KAUA E WAREWARE! Don’t forget!

Sustainability increases to key sexual health providers in isolated rural communities

THE NEXT EDITION IS DUE

Sustainability increase for the ADHB SH Promotion programme

MARCH 2012 The SHopp newsletter is brought about on a quarterly basis... Please ensure all updates; events, msgs, trainings, stats, new news, pics, stuff we can share with the network are sent into us by the February 20th 2012 CONTACT Justeena Leaf Te Ahurei a Rangatahi justeena.teahurei@xtra.co.nz teahurei@xtra.co.nz PH|07 838 3013 FAX| 07 838 3015 CELL| 021 267 3723

External Evaluations in progress for THETA Sexwise programme and Auckland DHB Peer Support Sexual health programme. 2 National Research projects in progress via the Health Research Council and MoH to find out what whanau need to address rangatahi sexual health needs and the other around HIV and African populations residing in NZ Alignment of individual provider service schedules to match best-practice and community need around SH Major due diligence and review of some regional services Ongoing support for an outcomes approach to what is being delivered (via Programme Logic) with free training from Shore-Whariki over 2010/11 Funding support for a rangatahi sexual violence prevention programme Increased support for Female Genital Mutilation resources via Exposure International Increased support for resources to support Pacific MSM & Pacific GLBT whanau with NZAF Increased support to roll-out te reo Maori resources to kura kaupapa schools around NZ with Family Planning Future work: (this is informed from what we know providers want; responses to Ministerial directions; and to address needs of high-risk populations) Want to commence looking at Maori workforce development and competency frameworks around SH Provide an opportunity for kaupapa services to develop key performance indicators for Maori via programme logic with a Maori world view

2012 SHopp EDITIONS ISSUED

Provide support for a national SH on-line communiqué for all providers to input into and be aware of what’s happening.

March | June | September | December

Review of services for Pacific populations to see how we can support best-practice frameworks National conversation around HIV testing and treatment services. END

‘Strengthening OPPORTUNITIES for Positive Direction within Aotearoa’

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FOCUS POINT! SHopp LOOKS CLOSLEY AT SERVICES WITHIN SRH

TE MANA O TE MARAMA Every edition we will be looking more closely at varying organizations Bringing more information, understanding of SRH information from the inside.

Tena Tatou! Te Ahurei a Rangatahi Charitable Trust has been in existence since 1997. Brought about to help adLevel 1-corner of Bryce and Barton dress the issue of teenage pregnancies in a particular area streets | Hamilton Central | AOTEAROA of Hamilton, the Youth to youth approach was conceived Phone | 07838-3013 Fax | 07838-3015 to engage young people with positive informative messages through their own peers. Te Ahurei a Rangatahi has Projects Cell phone | 021 0766 878 since evolved into a successful Youth Health Organisation Email | teahurei@xtra.co.nz that has grown considerably over the last (14) fourteen FB | www.facebook.com\teahurei years; allowing the community, young people and their Bebo| www.bebo.com\teahurei whanau to access even more healthier informed options towards healthy holistic lifestyles. We invite you to get to know us better so call in if your by our way! Youth Support Groups | Counseling | Peer Education Programs | Youth 2 youth Mentoring Support | Community Provider Trainings | C.A.Y.A.D Huntly and Morrinsville | Youth Health Promotion and Projects | Dance Studio 46

‘ Kia tuu pakari te hunga rangatahi i roto i ona ake ao, providing a uniquely Maori service to support rangatahi and their whanau to take their space and place in a world of diverse realities

'YOUTH HEALTH! YOUTH VOICE! YOUTH DIRECTION!

STATS AND FACTS | FERTILITY OF YOUNG WOMEN FALLING | The trend towards later marriage has been accompanied by a trend towards later childbearing. Over recent decades there has been a marked decline in childbearing by women under the age of 30 and an increase in fertility among those in their thirties. Between 1976 and 1996, fertility fell from 50 to 33 births per 1,000 women aged 15 to 19 and from 152 to 81 per 1,000 aged 20 to 24. Births among those aged under 15 remained below 1 per 1,000 over this period. Women are now considerably more likely to give birth in their late twenties or early thirties than in their teens or early twenties www.stats.govt.nz

TE AHUREI A RANGATAHI WAIKATO TEAM T: Eug,Ivan, Piripi,Ephram, Letari, Dujon B:Kawe, Ngaire, Claire, Justeena, Wix, Harmz, Hera, Potaea

KO WAI A TE AHUREI A RANGATAHI? WHO ARE TE AHUREI A RANGATAHI THE GATHERING OF YOUTH?

Underpinned by Māori values and the latest Māori re- CONTACT DETAILS search, our programs and resources will be freely availAlison Green able from our website by 2013. We support various Manager organisations to foster Māori understandings of sexual and reproductive wellbeing. We’re doing lots of thinkTe Puāwai Tapu ing and talking about Maori understandings of sexual Po Box 6044 and reproductive health, or ‘Mauri Whakapapa’, a term we are starting to use in some of our work. Wellington 6141 We’ve changed what we do, and how we do it. Instead 07-825 7935 C: 02102784821 of delivering sexuality education, our new direction is alison@tpt.org.nz to support schools and whanau to do what they do best. No more staff, offices and infrastructure. Instead we’ve tpt@tpt.org.nz got self-managing contractors who are experts in programme and resource development, te reo and tikanga Māori, Māori research, development, and IT services. For the next 12 months we’ll be working with teachers, rangatahi and whānau at two Māori-medium schools to develop kaupapa Māori sexuality education programmes and resources for teachers to teach. We will produce resources for teachers and whanau that promote ‘Mauri Whakapapa’

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DO YOU HAVE STATS AND FACTS THAT OTHER SRH PROVIDERS SHOULD B INFORMED ON? PLEASE LET US KNOW

STATS AND FACTSThere are around 757,00 youth aged between 12-24yrs living within Aotearoa-New Zealand! That's 19% of the total Population! www.myd.govt.nz


Kei Whea Koutou? Where are SRH providers & services based throughout Aotearoa - New Zealand?

Te Kaha o te Rangatahi Manukau Auckland | Peer SRH Education, Mother and Pepi Services | Contact person Debi Kapa | 09 2676300 | Debi@tekaha.co.nz Positive Women Auckland | Education and support to Whanau and Wahine living with HIV\AIDS | Contact person Jane Bruning | 0800 769 848 | coordinator@positivewomen.co.nz

Waikato Queer Youth |WaQuYS Support, education and information within the Waikato| Contact Person Cathrine Wickham-Manawaiti | 07 839 9030 | waquy.coordinator@gmail.com

Te Ahurei a Rangatahi Trust Hamilton | Youth Health education and Promotion SRH | Contact person Eugene Davis | 078383013 | teahurei@xtra.co.nz Te Hauora o Ngati Haua Waikato | Health Promotion and community eduation and support services | Contact person Josie Rapana | 07 8887890 | josie.rapana@tehauora.co.nz

INA (Maori, Indigenous & South Pacific) Waikato | HIV\AIDS support and prevention education | Contact person Marama Pala | 07 8839084 |

Matauranga Whanui, Ngati Hine Health Trust Kawakawa | SRH education promotion and support | Contact Person Sue Cooper | 09 4041551 | sue@mataurangawhanui.co.nz

Rainbow Youth Auckland | Education, promotion and support based Queer, transgender and Takatapuhi Youth service | Contact Person Priscilla Penniket | 09 3764155 | priscilla.penniket@rainbowyouth.org.nz

Body Positive Inc. Auckland | HIV\AIDS support and prevtion...| Contact Bruce Kilmister | 09 309 3989 | bruce@bodypositive.org.nz

NZ Aids Foundation Auckland | HIV\AIDS Prevention, education and Support Services | Contact person Simon Harger-Forge | 09 3006957 | simon.hargerforde@nzaf.org.nz

Family Life Education Pasefika (F.L.E.P) Auckland | SRH Education and promotion | Contact Person William Pua | 09 6362737 | flepnz@gmail.com

Auckland Sexual Health ServiceEducation Unit | Peer Sexuality Programs, Health promotion and SH Clinic covering the greater Auckland Region x4 clinic based in Auckland | Contact Person Nick Laing | 09 3074949 | nlaing@adhb.govt.nz Exposure International Auckland | Female Genital Mutilation Education Programme (FGM) | Contact Person Melissa Powell | 09 3024031 | melissa@fmg.co.nz |

Pirirakau Hauora Tauranga | Health Promotion, education and support services | Contact person Donna Moutere | 07 5524573 | dmotutere@pirirakauhauora.org.nz

Whakamana Te Tangata -Te Korowai Hauora o Hauraki | Health education, promotion, treatment and support | Contact person Tania Young | 07 8685377 tania.young@korowai.co.nz

Te Aitanga a Hauiti Hauora Tologa Bay | SRHealth Education and Promotion | Contact person Ella Atkins | 06 8626629 | ella.a@hauiti.co.nz

Te Rapakau Pacific Trust | SRH promotion and education targeted at Pacific people | Contact person Saffron-Moana Middleton | 07 8481002 | saffron-moana@terapakau.co.nz |

Youth CafĂŠ Taupo | A drop in clinical service for Young people | Contact Person Shaz Iseli | 07 378 3895 | info@youthcafetaupo.org.nz

Waikato DHB Population Health | Health Promotion | Contact person Hamish Milne | 078382569 | hamish.milne@waikatodhb.health.nz

Te Puawai Tapu Wellington | Health Education and development | Contact Person Alison Green | 021 02784821 | alison@tpt.org.nz

South Waikato Pacific Island Community Services Tokoroa (swpics) | Community and pacific peoples education support and promotional service | Contact Person for education Sulita Pouvaru-

The NZ Prostitutes Collective Wellington | SHealth, HIV\Aids and Needle Education | Contact Person Cathrine Healey | 04 3828791 | info@nzpc.org.nz Kokiri Marae Health and Social Services Lower Hutt Wellington | Health Holistic health Promotion and education Services including Clinical | Contact Person Serina Carter | 04 9201845 | serina@kokiri-hauora.org.nz

Southern DHB Invercargill | Public Health Promotion and Support | Contact person Joyce Manahi | 03 2110900 ext 723 | joyce.manahi@southerndhb.govt.nz

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NZ Family Planning Association Wellington | SRH Education, Promotion and training. Annual training and 15 area Clinics throughout NZ | Contact Person Frances Bird | 04 3844349 | frances.bird@familyplanning.org.nz YDC Youth and Cultural Development Society Christchurch | Support, education and interactive projects to young people | Contact Person Anni Walkins | 03 3660866 | anniw@ycd.co.nz

The Theatre In Health Education (THETA) Dunedin Sexwise an interactive and theatre based program | Contact Person Gareth McMillian | Ph 0211072744 | admin@theta.org.nz

IS THERE ANYBODY MISSING?... If YOU or a SRH provider would like to be apart of the SHopp database WAEA MAI! LET US KNOW! The more providers we have to promote the better we can keep everyone engaged in the SHopp!

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CONNECTING THE SRH PIECES

WATCH THIS SPACE 2012 POSH Waikato: Providers of Sexual Health Waikato are currently forming a Midlands SRH hui on Tuesday 14th February 2012. To register and find out more supporting information contact Saffron-Moana Middleton on 07 838-1278 saffron-moana@terapakau.co.nz WaQuY: Waikato Queer youth groups are running Tuesday and Wednesday nights in HAMILTON! Call the team for more details! Which are posted on page 3! INA International: Provide training for Health Professionals, businesses and communities for HIV education, with people living with HIV delivering first hand experiences and technical information. www.aids2012 NZAF: Have a number of informative events, updates and trainings throughout the year Check out:

http://www.nzaf.org.nz/events http://www.nzaf.org.nz/calendar/month/2011/10

http://www.getiton.co.nz/events/

KOKIRI Marae: will be running a men's SH update training WATCH THIS SPACE in 2012 WELLINGTON! FAMILY PLANNING: Run a number of specific focused trainings through out the annual year. Be sure to check out their website for area information: www.familyplanning.org.nz/education_training TE AHUREI A RANGATAHI: In Hamilton have Youth support groups, counsellors, events and peer education programs throughout the year, they will resume in the first school term of 2012! Be sure to secure your youthful place or call them up for more 2012 information!

www.theta.org.nz | www.kokiri.org.nz ACEBOOK Does your PROJECT, ORG, WORKPLACE have a FB HAVE A LINK?

www.ycd.co.nz

| www.ashs.org.nz

www.fmg.co.nz | www.tekaha.co.nz www.sussd.co.nz | www.trippin.co.nz www.positivewomen.org.nz www.nzpc.org.nz | www.ina.maori.nz www.youthcafetaupo.org.nz www.lovecoverprotect.co.nz www.familyplanning.org.nz www.rapepreventioneducation.org.nz ‘Know a good website that we can recommend to others? Email us now!’

RESOURCE UNIT Family Planning is New Zealand’s largest producer of sexuality and relationships resources. If you have any questions or requests around their resources, contact resource@familyplanning.org.nz

www.familyplanning.org.nz/info_resources

THROUGH THE INTERNET = RESOURCE SUPPORT A number of materials, people and services within NZAF are made available to everyone throughout the country. Be sure to check out their website for updated materials

CHECK OUT THE GREAT WORK HAPPENING IN OUR COMMUNITIES! SEND US YOUR PICTURES OR ARTICLES TODAY 2 SHOWCASE!

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