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 & TIKANGAÜkaipotanga17. Marae are seen as preferred venues forevents and functions by whänau.18. Marae are active and busy serving the needsof their community.Manaakitanga19. Kaumätua are supported in contributions towhänau, hapü and iwi.MONITORIncreased marae bookings and revenues.Volunteer numbers increase.Kaumätua are visible in the community.20. Mäori businesses employ Mäori. Mäori unemployment numbers decrease.21. Mäori are volunteering to encourage andsupport others in need.22. Community groups and service providers arewell resourced.Rangatiratanga23. Good role models are promoted torangatahi.24. Effective leadership is demonstrated atwhänau, hapü and iwi level by kaumätua andothers.25. Mäori are developing strong sense ofidentity and self-confidence.26. Mäori are active and participating inpolitical affairs.KotahitangaVolunteer numbers are increasing.Providers have efficient and effectivepersonnel, programmes are relevant.Youth mentoring programmes are wellsupported.Whanau wellbeing is increasing.Marae attendances are increasing.Voter registrations and voting numbers increase.27. Whänau are engaging with other cultures. Bicultural events are organised.28. Iwi are involved and participating positivelyin the community.Iwi are visible and relevant in the community.29. Iwi are working with each other. Iwi relationships are positive and meaningful.30. Te Tiriti is promoted in the community andincluded in primary and secondary curriculum.31. Mäori are skilled and engaged in theworkforce.32. Business support services contribute to theMäori economy.33. The community shares collectiveresponsibility for welfare of tamariki.Pükengatanga34. Mäori culture is celebrated through events,functions and programmes.35. Kapa haka groups are growing theirnumbers and standards of performance.36. Kaumätua and others are ensuring thattikanga and kawa are upheld on marae andwithin the whänau and hapü.Increased awareness and discussions aroundTreaty issues.Mäori incomes rise.Increased numbers of business enterprises.Community programmes and arrangements aredeveloped.Increased numbers of events that are wellattended.Increased attendances, increased competition.Kaumätua Councils are well attended,Kaumätua are increasingly visible at marae.58

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