Wellbeing Budget 2021

Securing
Our Recovery

Māori Development

He Hanganga e tū tonu ai ngā kura Māori nō ngā Hāhi
Infrastructure to Maintain the Delivery of Māori Boarding Schools

This initiative provides funding to meet priority needs related to the school infrastructure (excluding classrooms and teaching spaces maintained by the Ministry of Education) of the four Māori boarding schools (Hukarere College, St Joseph's Māori Girls' College, Te Aute College and Hato Pāora College). Asset condition assessments commissioned mid 2021 by Te Puni Kōkiri will identify the relative urgency and criticality of repair, and remedial or replacement work needed to inform the potential programme of work going forward. This will improve the quality of school infrastructure, particularly boarding facilities, to ensure students are safe and well housed.

Vote 2021/22 2022/23 2023/24 2024/25 Operating
Total
Capital
Total
Māori Development 10.000 10.000 - - 20.000 0.040

Ko te ārai i te tūkino whānau, i te tūkino taitōkai: Whakawhānuitia te whakahaere ā-whānau e ngā ratonga kaupapa Māori
Preventing Family Violence and Sexual Violence: Expanding Whānau-Centred Facilitation by Kaupapa Māori Providers

This Joint Venture initiative extends the capacity and capability of existing whānau-centred kaupapa Māori providers to strengthen and restore healthy, safe and functional whānau relations for whānau experiencing family and sexual violence. It also expands the initiative to new providers and future sites through a scoping exercise and the facilitation of co-design hui.

Vote 2021/22 2022/23 2023/24 2024/25 Operating
Total
Capital
Total
Māori Development 3.000 3.000 3.000 3.000 12.000 -

Ko te whakangungu me te whakapakari i a Te Tumu Paeroa kia whakatutuki i ngā here ā-ture, i ngā mahinga tūtohu hoki
Increasing Capability and Capacity to Ensure Te Tumu Paeroa can Meet Statutory and Compliance Functions

Te Tumu Paeroa (TTP) is the largest single administrator of whenua Māori. This initiative will enable TTP, the Māori Trustee, to improve its technology systems, which will help it address increasing service demand from approximately 100,000 owners of whenua Māori and 2,000 Māori land trusts and entities. IT infrastructure and systems improvement will address critical areas of security and privacy, needed for TTP to carry out its statutory and fiduciary functions. TTP faces significant new compliance responsibilities due to new environmental and resource management regulation. Reviewing the Farm Environmental Plans and Asset Management Plan actions, engaging contractors and monitoring required activities to completion, requires dedicated full-time equivalent staff to meet compliance requirements.

Vote 2021/22 2022/23 2023/24 2024/25 Operating
Total
Capital
Total
Māori Development 5.100 5.100 5.200 5.500 20.900 -

Ko te whakatū i tētahi Rāngai Pāho Māori Toitū: Ko ngā rauemi hōtaka
Building a Sustainable Māori Media Sector - Programme Content

This initiative supports the continued development of innovative, local, Māori media content in collaboration with independent producers, Māori Television and iwi radio stations, to deliver on the priorities and goals of the Government's Māori Language Strategy (Maihi Karauna). It will also support the building of capability within the Māori media sector and iwi radio to ensure that the sector has the appropriate skills and capacity to produce content in a digitally convergent environment. This funding recognises that Māori media plays an important role in normalising te reo Māori by making the language available to all New Zealanders and increasing its status in society.

Vote 2021/22 2022/23 2023/24 2024/25 Operating
Total
Capital
Total
Māori Development 10.500 10.500 10.500 10.500 42.000 -

Maihi Karauna - Ko te whakatinanatanga o te Rautaki Reo Māori
Maihi Karauna - Implementation of the Māori Language Strategy

Te Taura Whiri i te Reo Māori is the lead agency in delivering Maihi Karauna, the Government's Māori Language Strategy under the Māori Language Act 2016, in conjunction with a number of organisations. This initiative will enable Te Taura Whiri to carry out its role by providing capability and improving its technology systems to meet upcoming needs, including learner needs. This initiative will also enable a digital platform for translation and interpretation services.

Vote 2021/22 2022/23 2023/24 2024/25 Operating
Total
Capital
Total
Māori Development 5.350 3.650 2.900 2.900 14.800 -
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