Initiatives: Whānau wellbeing, part 2
Supporting Te Reo Māori and communities
He Tautoko i Te Rūnanga Nui o Ngā Kura Kaupapa Māori
Supporting Te Rūnanga Nui o Ngā Kura Kaupapa Māori
$1.5 million operating
This initiative aims to improve outcomes for Māori learners attending kura kaupapa Māori, by funding Te Rūnanga Nui o Ngā Kura Kaupapa Māori to better undertake its kaitiaki (guardianship) and kaitautoko (advocacy) functions.
He Whakaara anō i Te Kotahitanga: Ko te Tautoko i ngā Hua Tōtika mō ngā Ākonga Māori
Restarting Te Kotahitanga: Supporting Equitable Outcomes for Māori Learners
$42 million operating
This initiative aims to support equitable outcomes for Māori students by addressing cultural bias and racism in the education system (Te Hurihanganui) and supporting whānau to engage in the education of Māori learners (Mana Whānau).
He Whakarākai Whanaungatanga ki waenga i Te Mana ā-Rohe me te Iwi/Māori ki te Hāpai Rangapū
Enhancing Relationships Between Local Government and Iwi/Māori to Improve Partnerships
$10 million operating
This initiative will support improved relationships between local government and iwi/Māori and support a strong and thriving Māori language.
He Whakawhānui i ngā Hōtaka Kawekawe ā-Hapori: He Hāpai Hua mō ngā Whāmere me ngā Whānau
Expanding Community-Based Collective Impact Programmes: Improving Outcomes for Families and Whānau
$4.6 million operating
This initiative will expand on the Kainga Whānau Ora pilot programme currently running in Palmerston North.
Kāinga Rua; Oranga Whānau: He Whare Whakaruruhau, he Whakapakari Whānau
Kāinga Rua; Oranga Whānau: Marae Resilience and Whānau Development
$12 million operating
$0.014 million capital
This initiative aims to revitalise the physical and cultural infrastructure of marae, and support marae to develop their capability and capacity to support emergency management responses in their local communities. This will be done through increasing funding to the Oranga Marae programme.
Maihi Karauna: E Whakapiki Ake ana i Te Mana me te Whakamahinga o Te Reo Māori
Implementation of the Maihi Karauna Strategy: Increasing the Status and Use of Te Reo Māori
$13.8 million operating
This initiative aims to support the revitalisation of te reo Māori through providing funding for Te Taura Whiri to lead the coordination of the implementation of the Maihi Karauna, and funding to support national and regional events that promote the active use of te reo Māori.
Maihi Māori me te Whare o Te Reo Mauri Ora: E Whakarauora ana i Te Reo Māori hei Reo Tuatahi
Implementation of the Maihi Māori and Te Whare o Te Reo Mauri Ora: Restoring Te Reo Māori as a Nurturing First Language
$6 million operating
This initiative aims to support the restoration of te reo Māori as a nurturing first language and strengthen the partnership between Māori and the Crown in te reo Māori revitalisation, through funding for Te Mātāwai to enhance the implementation of its kāhui investment model and resources to support its strategic and policy advice functions in relation to Maihi Karauna and Te Whare o Te Reo Mauri Ora.
Oranga Pāpori, Oranga Ōhanga mā te Whenua Māori
Social and Economic Development Through Whenua Māori
$54 million operating
$2.1 million capital
This initiative aims to lift incomes, skills and opportunities for Māori freehold landowners by supporting them to realise their whenua aspirations and transition from feasibility studies to investment readiness.
Te Reo kia Rere: Kia Rangona Te Reo i te Huhua o ngā Pae Pāpāho
Innovative Te Reo Māori Media Content: Increasing Engagement with Te Reo Māori Across a Range of Media Platforms
$14 million operating
This initiative aims to support the revitalisation of te reo Māori and the goals of the Maihi Karauna Strategy through increasing engagement with te reo Māori on broadcast and online platforms. This content will have a particular focus on rangatahi audiences, and will be delivered across a range of platforms.
Te Whakahoutanga o te Kaupapa o ngā Wātene Māori: Kia Tū Roa tēnei Kaupapa hei Hāpai i te Oranga o te Whānau me te Hapori
Modernising the Māori Wardens: Enabling their Sustainable Contribution to Whānau and Community Wellbeing
$3.8 million operating
This initiative aims to ensure that the Māori Wardens are well positioned to meet the increasingly diverse range of whānau and community needs and improve community wellbeing and safety.
Te Whakarauoratanga o te Rāngai Mahi: E Whakawhānui ana i ngā Tūranga Ākonga Mahi hei Hiki i ngā Putanga Mahi
Improving Māori Labour Market Resilience: Expanding the Cadetships Initiative to Improve Employment Outcomes
$6 million operating
$0.1 million capital
This initiative aims to partner with employers to attract, retain and develop Māori employees in growth industries and occupations. This will be done through providing funding to employers to support the employment, development, and mentoring of Māori cadets.
Te Whakatū Papakāinga me te Whakapai Whare hei Huarahi ki te Hauora o te Whānau
Papakāinga Development and Rural Housing Repairs for Better Whānau Wellbeing
$40 million operating
$0.1 million capital
This initiative aims to raise Māori intergenerational wellbeing by taking a whānau-led approach to addressing housing and wider community needs. This will provide funding for the Māori Housing Network to invest in additional papakāinga (Māori collectively owned homes), housing repairs, and capability building programmes.