He Oranga Hapori: A model for raising Maori ... - Te Puni Kokiri

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He Oranga Hapori: A model for raising Maori ... - Te Puni Kokiri

Within a month, these individuals had contributed 91 indicators under the different kaupapa.The indicators are illustrated in Table 2. Again it is important to note that these indicators havenot been edited in their phrasing or deciding which kaupapa were being expressed.Table 2 – Indicators of Community WellbeingWhakapapaHapü and iwi registersHui a tau attendancesInter iwi activities (events, planning, JVs)Iwi Asset Base (value & make up)Kaumätua nohoWhakapapa hikoi/haerengaRangatahi at the marae“We like each other!”“No whänau politics, it’s all about the hapü”Family reunionsTuakana/teina relationships intactWhanaungatangaSense of communityCommunication streams with whänau abroad,or living awayHui and noho with other indigenous groupsNewsletters and websites for whänau awayfrom homeWairuatangaPhysical state of maraeLocal waiata and stories sharedAnnual marae revenueSunday School programmesWe have our own waiataTaiaha lessonsMatariki & other events celebratedWeavers, taiaha, speakers, singers, fishers, kaigatherers, cooks aplenty!Physical & mental wellbeingKaitiakitangaTino rangatira over taongaBusiness survival ratesSettlements secure and growingInter-generational wealth assuredWhänau are healthyRahui are respected by allRetirement strategies and succession planningLong term planning on marae15

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