Our pou define why we exist, who we serve, what our goals are and how we make good decisions as kaitiaki for whānau.
Whānau - Why Whare Hauora exists and who we centre our work around.
Tīnana - To know what is affecting the respiratory health of whānau, what needs to change and how to change it.
Hīnengaro - To know what is affecting the mental health of whānau, what needs to change and how to change it.
Pūtea - To know how financial health is affecting whānau decision making and what help can be found to support whānau.
Kainga - To know how home health is affecting whānau respiratory, mental and financial health.
Kaitiakitanga - Protect, nurture, support, maintain, advise, and because of this we do not own the data, the whanau do.
Tino rangatiratanga - The right to determine for themselves. Whare hauora holds space for whānau to make an informed decision about their data
Te rāranga - To interweave the whānau back into the community via community organisations so they can create a healthier home together.
Utū - Compensation in order to bring balance. If aggregated non personal datasets are sold, 50% of profits must go back to the whānau within the dataset.