I would recommend them to anyone wishing to contract consultants who are efficient, timely and flexible and have a strong work ethic... read more >>
Kathy Grace, Service Development Manager for the Ministry of Health.


I am appreciative of the high quality of work you have produced... read more >>
Joseph Gallagher, Executive Manager, First Nations Health Council


Thanks for the wonderful, clear and useful presentation. I think you and your team have done a really excellent job! Thank you for doing such a great job in such a short space of time”... read more >>
Deborah Schwartz, Executive Director, Aboriginal Health

“Maori health care workers [such as Kāhui Tautoko Consultants] have a longer history of coordinated reform in primary health care; we as Aboriginal health care workers, have much to learn from them” read more >>
Dr Evan Adams, Aboriginal Health Physician

Projects We Have Worked On Print E-mail

The following examples reveal the breadth and
diversity of the services offered by Kāhui Tautoko Consulting Ltd:

Projects in Canada

  • Squamish Nation - Community Engagement Hub Coordination for Squamish and Tseil Waututh Nations providing coordination support for both Nations to  complete activities outlined in an agreed CEH work-plan:
  • Ministry of Health - Aboriginal Provincial Coordinator to plan, implement and deliver the 2012/13 Aboriginal Healthy Living Activities.
  • Sts'Ailes First Nation - Support development of new primary Health Centre at Harrison / Mission - developing a feasibility plan for primary and community care services
  • Vancouver Coastal Health - Aboriginal Health Advisors to Integrated Primary and Community Care team (KRA3) supporting the 14 First Nations in VCH region to build relationships with physicians and local hospital services to improve primary and community care coverage for First Nations
  • Cowichan Tribes - Development of Service Plan for new 50-bed Assisted Living Facility, Develop Cowichan Annual Report, Develop plan for relocation to new centre (based on Alaska South Central Foundation model)
  • First Nations Health Council / First Nations Health Authority / First Nations Health Directors Association – Environmental Scan of Chronic Disease Programs and Services for Aboriginal Peoples in British Columbia;  Development of a Reciprocal Accountability Framework between First Nations and Provincial / Federal Government in British Columbia; Environmental Scan of Aboriginal Health Workforce in British Columbia (including on-line survey, focus groups and scan of international literature);  Strategic Advisor to CEO; Strategic Planner for FN Health Society; Lead for Initiatives to Chief Operating Officer of Corporate Services Team; Strategic advice on Health governance models in Alaska and US
  • Ministry of Healthy Living and Sport – Environmental Scan of Cultural Competency Initiatives to inform a Cultural Competency Framework for Health Authorities in British CoIumbia
  • Health Canada – developed a Multi-Jurisdictional Planning Framework
  • Tripartite Management Team - Project Management for Strategic Implementation of 39 Health Actions from the Transformative Change Accord:  First Nations Health Plan and Tripartite First Nations Health Plan
  • Nanoose First Nations - Review of Governance and Management practises for Chief and Council
  • Southern Stl'atl'imx Health Society - Consulted with 4 Communities to develop 4 Community Health Plans and the overarching SSHS Community Health Plan that reflect each community's individual priorities.  Assist Society with Federal funding requirements




Projects in New Zealand

  • Te Whakaruruhau o Nga Reo Irirangi Maori – development of policies and procedures for Tribal Radio Stations
  • Te Whatuiapiti Trust – developed successful proposal to establish a $1.5m residential youth alcohol and drug facility, completed a review of the organisation and implemented improvements
  • Ngati Kahungunu Iwi Incorporated – developed, consulted on and wrote the Hawkes Bay Maori Health Plan
  • Hawkes Bay District Health Board – consulted on, developed and wrote the Hawkes Bay Maori Health Workforce Plan and Services Directory
  • Te Kupenga Hauora and others – assisted in project managing the formation of a regional Primary Health Organization; conducting an organisational review; support with obtaining accreditations and managing a Hawkes Bay Maori Provider Training project
  • NZAID – project manage a Child Health project in the Ministry of Health in Samoa
  • Ministry of Health – developed a national training programme and resources for the prevention of Maori youth suicide and promotion of wellbeing; evaluated national Breast and Cervical screening health promotion programme for Maori and Pacific women; developed Maori resources for breast and cervical screening
  • Ministry of Social Development – negotiation and monitoring of contracts in six regions in New Zealand, for Whanau (family) development initiatives
  • Department of Corrections, Public Prisons Service - undertook a review of the health services provided to prison inmates, in all 23 prisons in New Zealand. Conducted evaluation of a tikanga (cultural) programme in the Waikeria Youth Offenders Unit
  • Ministry of Maori Development (Te Puni Kokiri) – Review of the Governance and Management of various Maori organisations across New Zealand
  • SPARC (Sport and Recreation NZ) – developed a Scoping Document for the development of a NZ Maori Physical Activity and Recreation Strategy including an analysis of current SPARC strategies and their responsiveness (or lack of) toward Maori aspirations and an analysis of other Government agency obligations for Maori physical activity and recreation programmes