Tuku Iho app

An app for whānau hapū, māmā hapū and māmā hou that shares intergenerational knowledge in maternal and child wellbeing.

Tuku Iho By Kiwa Digital 
Features
  • Narration in te reo Māori and English.
  • Swipe to read or tap to hear key words to learn  pronunciation.
  • Video interviews.
  • Accessible  bilingual language and navigation.

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Country of origin New Zealand
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Security and privacy Does the app:
  • collect medical information? No
  • require a login? No
  • have password protection? No
  • have a privacy policy? Yes
  • require internet access? Yes
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Cost Free
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What does the app do?

Tuku Iho is a bilingual resource, in te reo Māori and English, for whānau hapū, māmā hapū and māmā hou that shares intergenerational knowledge in maternal and child wellbeing.

The app opens with a mihi followed by information on being hapū and preparing for pēpi.

  • The ‘being hapū’ section includes information about the changes to your body, including the mental and emotional changes, advice about nutrition and how to prepare for birth.
  • Other sections of the app have information on what to expect in the first 6 weeks, both for māmā and pēpi, covering topics like breastfeeding, baby blues, postnatal depression, safe sleep and pēpi's sleep routine.
  • Apart from reading the information as text, the app also provides narration, in both te reo Māori and English. 

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