Mātātuhi whakatere a Hine te Iwaiwa is a report on the mātauranga scoping exercise led by Kaniwa Kupenga-Tamarama and Stephanie Shankar to help provide a foundation for current and future kairangahau to access these taonga to guide them and tautoko māmā and pēpi kaupapa.
Whakamānawatia Ngā Mokopuna aims to update the SUDI prevention sector including Te Ao Māori approaches, the health sector changes, SUDI research, national promotion and advocacy campaigns.

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Following the approval of the Expert Advisory Group for the National SUDI Prevention Service and Kahu Taurima, Te Aka Whai Ora 

the decision has been made to change the date for the annual Safe Sleep Day in Aotearoa.

Safe Sleep Day 2023 will continue on Friday 1st December 


The development of the first indigenous breastfeeding app Mama Aroha exemplifies Māori women at the forefront of developing whānau ora solutions to support Māori women to breastfeed.

Today is National Safe Sleep Day - Te Rā Mokopuna. It is a time to raise awareness of the impact of SUDI on whānau in Aotearoa, and to advocate for best practice prevention activities.

The SUDI Prevention Coordination Service at Hāpai Te Hauora tracks national trends in the known risk factors for, and incidence of SUDI.

On 30th & 31st May, the National SUDI Prevention Coordination Service, the National Tobacco Control Advocacy Service, Inspiring Ltd and Tala Pacifica came together to hold the National SUDI Prevention Conference 2022 at the Holiday Inn, in Rotorua.