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

Mäori Community Wellbeing Indicators Education Iwi &SocialBusiness Kaumätua Huihuinga& OthersWhanaungatanga – recognising that our people are our wealth; knowing that you are not alone; andassuring others that nor are they alone.9. Mäori business networks in the areaare well supported.10. Tautangata Mäori are supportingthe tino rangatiratanga of the manawhenua.11. Tautangata Mäori are supported inthe learning, sharing and expression oftheir own individual iwitanga.12. Tangata whenua from abroad areengaging with Aotearoa Mäori.Pükengatanga – teaching, preserving and creating knowledge as part of the Mätauranga continuum.13. All tamariki have access to whänaumanaged kura kaupapa education.14. Whakatupu Mätauranga isactive and returning benefits to thecommunity.15. Kaumätua contributions are soughtafter.16. Enrolment targets for Wänangaand other Mäori educationalorganisations are met.Manaakitanga – behaving in ways that elevate others; showing respect and consideration towardothers; generosity and fulfilling reciprocal obligations.17. Whänau are shaping andparticipating in Whänau Ora.18. Hosting events of regional andnational significance for Mäori.19. Celebrating and supporting,voluntary activities.Kotahitanga – making decision and taking actions that lead to the unity of purpose and not todivision and disharmony.20. Relationships and communicationbetween Mäori are strong.21. Consensus decision making iseffective.22. Rangatahi are involved ineducation and community.23. Mäori are engaging productivelywith the wider community.46

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