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How we make a difference

A wordle, depiciting our most significant outcomes - Survey 2015


 'Being able to see my work in the context of the broader community sector has been validating and inspiring.'

We asked the people who are working to make change in Aotearoa: what has been the most significant impact of Community Research/Whānau Ora Research on you or your organisation?

They told us we provided inspiration, hope and personal encouragement, and we enabled better standard-setting and knowledge of effective models for improvement

Read the whole survey here.

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