Annual Report for the Year Ended 30 June 2010

Key Impact Measures 2009/10

The table reports on the results/effectiveness specifically designed to report on the extent of Te Puni Kōkiri's activities/outputs linked to which our activities directly impact on the to high level outcomes. These measures were outcomes being pursued. See pages 1215.

Long Term Outcome: Māori position as Treay partner is secured and enhanced

Impact Measure Impact Dimension Contributing Output
Progress of Groups through settlement processes Pre-entry and progress in negotiations processes Mandating (over 100), ratification and facilitation hui were observed and reported on within the timeframes of settlements work driven by OTS and dependent on iwi capability.
Resolution of inter (and intra) iwi disputes Following facilitation, many Groups were able to progress their settlement processes.
Enhanced Post Settlement Governance Entity Fund (PSGE) readiness to manage settlement assets Assisted Māori to accelerate enduring settlements through statutory frameworks such as Paepae Rangatira and the Waikato River Accords.
Involvement in Government processes Improved consultation and engagement practise Established engagement processes and protocols, range of mechanisms and direct consultation with iwi leaders/ technical advisors to improve the discipline of engaging Māori in policy development.
Increased capability of Māori providers Number of iwi approved by the Secondments Steering Group, and work progressed to match iwi with state sector employees seeking secondment opportunities.
Success rate of nominations and appointments advice Provided nominations advice for 183 Government appointed Boards and organisations. Of 45 Boards, 42% of successful Māori appointees were nominated by TPK.
Treaty considerations inform key decisions Government is better apprised of Māori rights and interests in natural resources, representational and constitutional issues Assisted in development of natural resource management principles; advised Auckland Council on treaty of Waitangi interests of mana whenua and taura; advice on Freshwater and Foreshore and Seabed.
Support for Māori Affairs legislation Stakeholder involvement in and support for design Engaged with stakeholders on Māori Purposes Bill; Pukepuke Tangiora; Wi Pere and associate Trust Boards and/or Trustees.
Cabinet Support for proposals Assisted Māori Affairs Committee Inquiry into Māori Community Development Act.
Passage of legislation through Parliamentary stages Advised on Māori Trustee Amendment Act; Whakarewarewa and Roto-a-Tamaheke Vesting Act; and Waka Umanga (Māori Corporations) Bill.

Long Term Outcome: Māori Achieve Enhanced Levels of Economic and social prosperity

Impact Measure Impact Dimension Contributing Output
Consideration of impact on Wellbeing informs key decisions Government is better apprised of the issues impacting on the wellbeing of Māori and whānau Advice provided to agencies on a wide range of key justice sector and social sector legislative changes.
  Key agencies are better apprised on issues impacting on programme and service effectiveness for Māori Monitoring report on literacy and numeracy services to Māori workforce circulated to other agencies. Advice provided to agencies on a wide range of key justice sector and social sector policy changes and the potential impact of these on Māori.
Māori are increasingly aware of and accessing their entitlements and other Government services Increased level of engagement with Māori and whānau Developed and implemented programmes to support Māori whānau including Kaitoko Whānau, Oranga Whānau and Māra Kai. Undertook a series of regional hui to engage with Māori and whānau on the development of Whānau Ora with very high levels of attendance across the country.
  Uptake of information about entitlements and support services Examples include investments in the development of a Charities Act training tool piloted with eight Māori Charitable entities. Facilitated and brokered relationship with MoH, Sanitary Works Scheme to achieve a grant for upgrade septic tanks on Arowhenua Māori Reserve 881.
Enhanced Māori provider services Improved accessibility of services to Māori and whānau  
Enhanced Māori provider services Increased Māori provider capability In addition to work being undertaken to implement the Whānau Ora Approach, work was completed on a reporting tool for both Oranga and Kaitoko Whānau programmes. Developed a schedule of good practice tools for Whānau.

Long Term Outcome: Māori prepared for future opportunities

Impact Measure Impact Dimension Contributing Output
Contributing Output Impact on education and skills pathways informs key decisions Government is better apprised on the issues impacting on Māori education and skills pathways Advised on Māori education and skills pathways in various areas of policy/ programme development including overall policy and regulatory settings and next steps, have informed Government by these issues.
  Increased availability of Māori centred education, skills and training opportunities Committed $2.3m in support of 2,000 Māori engaged in a range of training and education: 50 cadetships in areas of employment growth for Māori; Professional and Group Training agreed by Minister’s Economic Taskforce; 27 new teacher trainees; funded LENScience – for Māori students in 25 schools in South Auckland, approx. 850 students involved; 390 Māori engaged in the Infratrain (Industry Trade Training) programme; and 70 trainees in partnership with Seafood ITO.
Enhanced Māori business services Increased availability of Māori business services Apart from MBFS mentioned later in this report, TPK was involved with regional/ national agencies to promote business growth: Connect-A in Bay of Plenty; and Rugby World Cup 2011
  Increased uptake of business services by Māori business Refer to MBFS commentary on page 27, clients registered in 2009/10
Enhanced opportunities for asset utilisation Māori are more aware of asset utilisation opportunities Number of projects initiated/ ongoing include: Shangai Expo 2010; Rugby World Cup; Māori Innovation; Aquaculture Reform; Carbon Markets; Agribusiness; and Primary Sector training initiative. All focus on raising Māori awareness of economic opportunities.
  Barriers to asset utilisation are reduced Te Ture Whenua Māori Act – scoping of a review; Options for rating and valuation of Māori land – paper to Cabinet; Resource Management Phase II Reforms; Aquaculture; and Climate Change.

Long Term Outcome: Māori Succeeding as Māori

Impact Measure Impact Dimension Contribution Output
Opportunities to access language and culture Enhanced levels of support for and action on Māori language and culture initiatives TPK led or participated in new Māori language (ML) initiatives: ML Crown entity survey; case study ML plan for iwi radio; ML social Marketing initiative; completed evaluation of Whānau Language Development programme; and an analysis of the ML Attitudes Survey
Opportunities to access language and culture Direct support and promotion of language and culture initiatives results in increased numbers of and participation in events Significant language and culture events supported included; celebration of 100 years in Māori rugby; Matariki; regional Manu korero competitons; taonga register for Te Rongomai o Te Kakara and the Ngā Tama Toa Trust book translation project
Strengthened cultural infrastructure Marae are more aware of their development requirements Development reports emanating from the Marae Development project identify key issues as :People capacity & capability; Governance and management; Insurance; Fire safety, and succession planning, particularly kaikaranga and kaikorero.
  Increased levels of marae participation 998 marae idenitified and approx. 750 invited to participate in national survey to determine future development aspirations and opportunities. Project to continue in 2010/11.
  Uptake of information about cultural infrastructue Completed an evaluation of investments allotted to cultural initiatives that will inform future investment proposals.
  Pariticipation in iwi and hapū based events Supported numerous initiatives includingK Māori Market; Atamira; Whanau Ora; sport & culture events; Tourism opportunities and communications.
  Government is better apprised of Māori interests emerging from the WAI 262 report The release of the WAI 262 report is pending. Policy advice to date has ensured that Government policy decisions do not pre-empt the report.