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

Kaitiakitanga - Acting so as to preserve and maintain taonga; ensuring safety in all activities.Local Governmentelections2, 10, 18, 23, 27Te Aho held a series of short hui in Waikanae, Ötaki, Levin andShannon to encourage Mäori onto the roll, and to promote theimportance of voting in the local elections. These hui weresupported by Mäori candidates who were standing for either of thetwo Councils.Ükaipotanga - Having a sense of importance, of belonging and of being a contribution to yourcommunity, your land, your türangawaewae.Mauri Manaaki Tangata-Mäori Tourism Strategy3, 4, 6, 12, 14, 18, 19, 20,23, 24, 25, 26, 28, 29, 30,31, 34, 35Fibre Optic BroadbandLoop3, 4, 5, 12, 20, 23Ongoing hui and collaboration with marae, hapü, iwi and whänaurepresentative is providing the encouragement to work togetherand assist each other for the RWC activities.Over the past three months we have been involved in providingsupport assistance and guidance in Marae project proposals, DIAfunding applications, identify tourism activities, preparing draftmarae tour itineraries and events, marae training opportunities,identify and collaborating with local tour operators and marketingopportunities.Marae participation has been confirmed and at a special Marae huiheld in September representatives from DIA, TPK and MSD were onhand to liaise and network with the cluster group.Te Wänanga o Raukawa has almost completed Stage 1 of a fibreoptic network in Ötaki connecting the library, schools, business,homes, iwi radio, marae, the Wänanga and farms. With 60% of theWänanga’s students being taught through Marae Based Studies,this service will enhance their capability to deliver online learning.Te Arahanga was the first business in Ötaki to connect to the ultrafast broadband service for telephones and internet provision.Te Wänanga has gone on to lead a national bid for the government’srural broadband initiative. This activity involves industry, a Chinesedebt funder and a consortium of Mäori investors.Te reo - Te reo is the repository of all that we are as Mäori; support, encourage and be respectful ofthe use of Te reo Mäori.Reo FM & Te Aho5, 8, 9, 10, 11, 14, 16, 15,19, 20, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26,31, 32, 36ReoFM, the Raukawa radio station re-launched earlier this monthwith a new programme, new talent line up and a new frequency -now 88.7. Technical problems prevented the launch going live butit highlighted to those present (include government agencies) thechallenges that we face as one of the five unfunded Iwi stations inthe country.The new line-up includes a live breakfast show hosted by KimoWiniata with interviews and talkback, a hapori slot providescommunity services with an opportunity to promote their servicesand activities and a one hour slot called Raukawa reo provides for100% reo content.Te Aho has an hour on Thursday mornings and will use this timefor a reo Mäori course, interviews with forum members and others(perhaps the Mayors or Council members) organising activities thatcontribute to the objectives of the strategy. Kara Kearney is theproducer of the show ensuring that Te Aho leverages off the radiostation as a key component of the communications strategy.49

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