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

17. Marae are active and busy serving the needs of their community. 0 G5 Wairuatanga18. Mäori lead spiritual lives of mutual respect. 0 R19. Whänau are growing, gathering and preparing kai to sustainthemselves and members of their community.1 G6 Rangatiratanga20. Good role models are promoted to rangatahi. 0 G21. Effective leadership is demonstrated at whänau, hapü and iwi levelby kaumätua etc.0 R/G22. Mäori are active and participating in political affairs. 1 G7 Kaitiakitanga23. Rangatahi are encouraged to participate productively in theircommunity.24. Mäori are aware and engaged in activities that protect andnurture te taiao.0 R/G0 R/G8 Kotahitanga25. Whänau are engaging with other cultures. 0 R26. Iwi are involved and participating positively in the community. -1 R27. Iwi are working with each other. -1 R/G28. Te Tiriti is promoted in the community and included in primary andsecondary curriculum.0 R29. Mäori are skilled and engaged in the workforce. 0 R/G30. Business support services contribute to the Mäori economy. -1 G31. The community shares collective responsibility for welfare oftamariki.-1 R9 Te Reo32. Te reo is a compulsory subject in all primary and secondary schools. 0 G33. Palmerston North adopts a policy that promotes bilingual signage. 0 G34. Numbers of Te Reo speakers are being developed. 1 G35. Kohanga reo, kura kaupapa and wänanga are being established. -1 G10 Manaakitanga36. Kaumätua are supported in contributions to whänau, hapü and iwi. 1 R/G37. Mäori businesses employ Mäori. 1 G38. Mäori are volunteering to encourage and support others in need. 0 R/G39. Community groups and service providers are well resourced. -1 GTotal growth score 69Total growth quality score 1Genuine progress indicator growth score 70Potential GPI indicator growth score 10860

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