TE PUAWAITANGA O TE TANGATA

Self sustaining Māori communities and a life in the well-being of Māori whanau across Tamaki Makaurau

01

Relationships

Collective action based on our tupuna knowledge and practices inter generational relationships & practices that influence planning for now and the future.

02

Mana Whenua

Mana Whenua as the indigenous people of Tamaki Makaurau and the rights and obligations inherent as kaitiaki to manaki all communities within this rohe.

03

Māori Communities

Māori Communities in our responsibility to make a significant contribution to the rangi, whenua and moana in which we reside adding to the richness of the indigenous narratives.

Partnered Projects

Papatūānuku Kōkiri Marae

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hua parakore whakapapa on the Papatuanuku Kokiri Marae

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Community Gardens

79,000

kgs of fish heads

143K

Māori Population in Auckland

30+

Number of years farming