Ka mahi a Te Puni Kōkiri kia whai pūkenga, kia mātau, kia auaha hoki te iwi Māori.
Mā te whakakaha i ngā pūkenga o te iwi Māori ngā moni whiwhi e nui ake ai, ā, ka āhei te iwi Māori ki te hāpai i te mana motuhake i ō rātou ake oranga, ā, mā reira e whai wāhi ai rātou ki te takahi i ngā ara e hiahia ana rātou me te ruarua o ngā here i ō rātou whiringa.
Mā te whai pūkenga, te ako, me te whai mātauranga e whaihua ai te tangata takitahi, tōna whānau, hapori hoki, ā, ko te mutunga iho ka whaihua te ohanga o Aotearoa.
Ka titiro mātou ka pēhea te iwi Māori e whai pūkenga, mōhiotanga hoki, ā, ka āta aro atu ki te hāpai i te whiwhinga o te iwi Māori i ngā tohu mātauranga ikeike.
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Pae Aronui: A new initiative that supports rangatahi to thrive
“We are seeking innovative approaches to enhance learning and earning outcomes for rangatahi Māori aged 15-24 through a new initiative, Pae Aronui,” Te Puni Kōkiri spokesperson Nicky Birch announced today.
Developing Māori leaders in an emerging market on their own land
New Zealand Manuka Group is a medium-sized Whakatāne-based primary industry business operating in partnership with Māori land owners in the Bay of Plenty to produce manuka oil straight from manuka trees being grown on Māori owned land.
Hawkes Bay rangatahi gather for rangatahi suicide prevention
Nearly 150 rangatahi from schools around the Hawkes Bay region attended the third Au.E! rangatahi suicide prevention conference at Pettigrew Green Arena in Napier in June.
From learning to earning in Kaikohe
The Government is working with local community champions: Te Kotahitanga E Mahi Kaha Trust from Kaikohe, He Iwi Kotahi Tātou Trust from Moerewa, Te Hau Awhiowhio O Otangarei Trust from Whangārei, and Waitomo Papakāinga Development Society Incorporated from Kaitāia to deliver the pilot programme for Taiohi Ararau - Passport to Life.
"It is important for me that we ensure all rangatahi can engage on a pathway to employment, skills development and further opportunities," says Minister Jackson.
Keeping Mitimiti going one tree at a time
Just down the road from the small settlement of Mitimiti in Northland, you can hear the buzz of trucks and logging machines working the pine trees.