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

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

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Appendix 6(a): Te Aho Quarterly Report (August to October 2010)Te Aho Quarterly Report (July to October 2010)Horowhenua Kapiti Joint Economic Development Forum17 November 2010Te Aho continues to develop its reporting processes. The evolution continues with a new formatand inclusion of monitoring practices for Indicators of Wellbeing.KAUPAPATIKANGAManaakitanga - Behaving in ways that elevate others; showing respect and consideration;generosity and fulfilling reciprocal obligations.Te Aho distributed an invitation to Mäori and communityorganisations to come together to a half day free event offeringpractical advice on how to seek and make the most of fundingopportunities.The forum began with guest speakers and funding specialistsTe Aho Fit for Funding who spoke about the application processes and also shared theirSeminarknowledge and experiences. Many made most of the opportunity14, 18, 19, 26 58 to talk face to face with funding agencies and to network with thelocal NGO sector.Representatives from major funding organisations were availablefor advice –- including Lotteries, IRD, TG McCarthy Trust, PubCharity, JR McKenzie, Charities Commission and the Department ofInternal Affairs, TPK, Ministry of Social Development.Kotahitanga - Making decisions and taking actions that lead to unity of purpose and not to divisionand disharmony.National Mäori BusinessNetwork - Kötuitui4, 8, 9, 18, 19, 23, 26Ministerial Delegation toChina Led by Mäori AffairsMinister Dr Pita Sharples5, 8, 9, 12, 20, 21, 23Members of the Te Röpü Pakihi Committee attended the Kötuituiannual planning meeting in Wellington. Denis Grennell, Te RöpüPakihi executive is the Chair of the national association.Daphne Luke participated in the Minister Sharples Mäori businessdelegation to China. The group visited Beijing, Guizhou andShanghai. The purpose of the trip was to open up pathwaysfor trade and business to follow. Our interest also extended toexploring how the inherited values of Mäori and of the Chinese, canbe used to derive commercial returns.The 15 delegates represented the following sectors: fisheriesand aquaculture, farming and forestry, banking and propertydevelopment, tourism, culture and the creative industries,telecommunications, science, education, health and social services.During the week in China, the opportunity to visit R&D institutions,meet ethnic communities involved in tourism and farming ventures,and help bless and open the massive carved waharoa (gateway) atthe Baoshan Folk Arts Museum, which was gifted by New Zealandto the people of China.Those involved saw a great potential in developing export marketsthat work has continued since our return.58 The Wellbeing Indicator that this activitycontributes to - see Appendix I48

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