Ka hāpai a Te Puni Kōkiri i te tōnuitanga ohanga mā te hunga eke taumata, ngā rawa me ngā pakihi whaihua hoki.
Mā te ohanga Māori tōnui e puta mai ai ngā painga mō te ohanga o Aotearoa whānui, tae atu ki ngā mea angitu ka maha ake, te moni whiwhi nui ake, me te tūāpapa tāke ka whakawhānuitia.
I roto i tā mātou mahi ka whai wāhi ngā tikanga e whakatinanatia ai te pitomata o ngā rawa Māori, me te whakatū i ngā ohanga āwhata i ngā mahi ahu whenua.
Ka whakahaeretia ngā whenua Māori i raro i Te Ture Whenua Māori 1993, ā, ka mahi a Te Puni Kōkiri kia kaha ake te whakamahinga o te whenua i raro i taua tikanga ture.
E ai ki te pūrongo o He kai kei aku ringa (Whiringa-ā-rangi 2012) ka whakawhārikitia tētahi tūtoro mō te Whakawhanaketanga Ohanga Māori, tae atu ana ki ngā whāinga e ono hei whakatutuki i taua tūtoro. Ka mahi tahi a Te Puni Kōkiri me te iwi Māori me pokapū kāwanatanga kē ki te whakatinana i taua tūtoro.
Ko te tikanga tonu o He kai kei aku ringa ko te whakarato i te kai e matea ana koe mā ō ake ringaringa. Ka ārahi tēnei ariā i tō mātou aronga ki te tautoko i te iwi Māori ki te whakawhanake, ki te whakatipu hoki i ō rātou rauemi.
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