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

Table 3 –Tikanga developedWhakapapaRangatahi regularly attend the maraeFamily reunions are held regularlyMonitor hui-a-tau attendances 35PükengatangaWänanga and Mäori TEO enrolmenttargets met annuallyA regional Mäori Mätaurangastrategy is in place (by Mäori)Encourage Whakatupu MätaurangaactivitiesWhanaungatangaCommunication streams are openwith whänau abroad, or living awayHui and noho are held with otherindigenous groupsNewsletters and websites areavailable for whänau away from homeÜkaipötangaBusiness Networks operate in theregionMonitor number of maraeRRGGRGRR/GR/GRGManaakitangaPeople want to help on the marae,and with hapu/iwi activitiesPeople want to help on the marae,and with hapu/iwi activitiesEncourage whänau to access healthand social servicesTe reoLanguage revitalisation are plans inplaceBilingual signage is on the maraeDevelop numbers of whaikorero,kaikaranga and waiataKotahitangaA regional Mäori Wellbeing strategyin place (by Mäori)Regular interaction andcommunication occurs betweenbusinessesIndividual Hapü have relationshipswith Council and Crown agenciesKaitiakitangaRetirement strategies and successionplanning are completedLong term marae planning is heldregularlyMonitor Enterprise Numbers annually G Protect our natural world RWairuatangaDevelop skills in weaving, taiaha,speaking, singing, fishing, kaigathering, cookingEstablish 2 minita a Iwi per hapuMatariki & other Mäori events arecelebratedGG/RG/RRangatiratangaInvestment strategies provideemployment and spiritual enrichmentfor membersKaumätua are involved in Iwi decisionmaking and educationEncourage Mäori to occupy positionsof community decision making i.e.Councils, governmentRRGRG/RGRRRRR/GR/GRGThe tikanga listed in Table 3 should not necessarily be thought of as fully representative of Mäoricommunity wellbeing at this stage. However, what they show is that those who participated inthe choice of appropriate indicators fully identify with the idea that Mäori community wellbeingis best measured using those values which identify Mäori as a people distinctive from all others.We draw this conclusion because of the noticeable absence in Table 2 of economic indicators.This is not to imply that economic indicators are irrelevant. 36 Commenting on the noticeableabsence of economic indicators draws attention to the fact that in Te Ao Mäori they do not35 The area was later expanded to includethe tribal boundaries of the five iwiparticipating in the study, that is, Poriruato Rangitikei. This decision was made atthe September 2009 summit.36 Appendix 2 - Statements of MäoriWellbeing and associated Kaupapa tukuiho.19

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