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

Total growth score 85Total growth quality score 2Genuine progress indicator growth score 87Potential GPI indicator growth score 113Appendix 4: Worksheet for the relationship and relationshipquality score calculationEnter your relationship indicator name here 11 Whakapapa Relationship quality score1. Rangatahi regularly attend the marae. -1 R2. Family reunions are held regularly. 1 R3. Monitor hui-a-tau attendances. 1 G2 Pükengatanga1. People want to help on the marae, and with hapü/iwi activities. 1 R2. Encourage whänau to access health and social services. 1 G3 Whanaungatanga1. Communication streams are open with whänau abroad, or living away. 0 R2. Hui and noho are held with other indigenous groups. 1 R/G3. Newsletters and websites are distributed for whänau away from home. -1 R/G4 Ükaipötanga1. Business networks operate in the region. 1 R2. Monitor number of marae. 0 G3. Monitor enterprise numbers annually. -1 G5 Wairuatanga1. Develop skills in weaving, taiaha, speaking, singing, fishing, kaigathering, cooking.1 G2. Establish 2 minita a iwi per hapü. -1 R/G3. Matariki & other Mäori events are celebrated. 1 R/G6 Rangatiratanga1. Investment strategies provide employment and spiritual enrichment formembers.1 R/G2. Kaumätua are involved in iwi decision making and education. 1 R/G3. Encourage Mäori to occupy positions of community decision makingi.e. Councils, government.7 Kaitiakitanga1 G1. Retirement strategies and succession planning are completed. 1 R2. Long term marae planning is held regularly. -1 R/G3. Protect our natural world. 0 R8 Kotahitanga1. A regional Mäori wellbeing strategy in place (by Mäori). 1 R2. Regular interaction and communication occurs between businesses. -1 R3. Individual hapü have relationships with council and crown agencies. 0 R44

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