The Public Health Association is inviting nominations for this year's Māori Public Health Tū Rangatira mō te Ora Award.

The Award is presented annually to a person or rōpu who demonstrate leadership in hauora Māori.

The Tū Rangatira mō te Ora Award has been awarded since 2010. It recognises the commitment made by nominees to hauora Māori.

The Tū Rangatira mō te Ora Award is an opportunity to recognise people who have worked with Māori communities, as well as people who have taken more prominent roles within whānau, hapū and/or iwi including within marae.

The nominee does not need to be a PHA member; however we do encourage membership to the PHA.

The nomination process is simple.

Complete the nomination form at, this includes (up to) 400 word statement on why you are nominating them. The quality of the information you provide will greatly assist the selection process.

The successful nomination will be chosen by the PHA Awards Committee.

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