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

9 Te Reo1. Language revitalisation are plans in place. 1 R2. Bilingual signage is on the marae. -1 R/G3. Develop numbers of whaikorero, kaikaranga and waiata. 0 G10 Manaakitanga1. People want to help on the marae, and with hapü/iwi activities. 1 R2. Encourage whänau to access health and social services. 1 GRelationship score 1Total relationship quality score 9Genuine progress indicator relationship score 10Potential GPI indicator relationship score 29Appendix 5: Table 7: Statements of Māori Wellbeing andassociated kaupapa tuku ihoMäori Community Wellbeing Indicators Education Iwi &SocialBusiness Kaumätua Huihuinga& OthersKaitiakitanga – acting so as to preserve and maintain taonga; ensuring safety in all activities.1. Our natural resources are healthyand sustainable.2. Mäori hold onto rangatiratanga overtaonga tuku iho.3. All marae have developed andimplemented succession plansin governance, management andoperations.Rangatiratanga – exhibiting leadership by example; the ability to bind people together; followingthrough on commitments.4. Whänau and Hapü areknowledgeable and self sufficient.5. Iwi investments provide employmentand enrichment for members.6. Kaumätua are involved andengaging in iwi/hapü decision makingand learning.7. Governance groups are healthy,skilled, and provide strong kaupapabased guidance.8. Self determination is expressedwithin all social, business andprofessional environments.45

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