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

KAUPAPA & TIKANGAWairuatanga8. Mäori lead spiritual lives of mutualrespect.9. Whänau are growing, gathering andpreparing kai to sustain themselvesand members of their community.Kaitiakitanga10. Rangatahi are encouraged toparticipate productively in theircommunity.11. Mäori are aware and engaged inactivities that protect and nurture tetaiao.12. Whänau are maintaining andprotecting whakapapa.Te Reo13. Te Reo is a compulsory subject inall primary and secondary schools.14. Palmerston North adopts a policythat promotes bilingual signage.15. Numbers of te reo speakers arebeing developed.16. Kohanga reo, kura kaupapa andwänanga are being established.Ükaipotanga17. Marae are seen as preferred venuesfor events and functions by whänau.18. Marae are active and busy servingthe needs of their community.Manaakitanga19. Kaumätua are supported incontributions to whänau, hapü and iwi.20. Mäori businesses employ Mäori.21. Mäori are volunteering toencourage and support others in need.22. Community groups and serviceproviders are well resourced.IWI/HAPÜRÖPÜ WITH POTENTIAL TO CONTRIBUTEPAKIHI HEALTH EDU. OTHER55

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