Manaaki Committee| Grants

Education Strategy

The following reports are the outcomes of our relationship with the Ministry of Education which have ultimately led to an Education Strategy being developed with an implementation plan and Iwi database to track our Pāhauwera Beneficiaries education journey.

Manaaki Committee - What do we do?

The Manaaki Committee is responsible for providing long term strategic and social committment of the Trust to its Iwi, Hapū and Beneficiaries.

To date the committee commenced engagement with the Ministry of Education providing an Environmental Scan of Education in Pāhauwera which led to the development of an Education Strategy for the Trust.

The same engagement occurred with Te Taura Whiri with the same outcome of a Te Reo Strategy for Pāhauwera.

More recently, the Committee have been working hard on developing a Housing Strategy.

Te Reo Strategy

The following reports are the outcomes of our relationship with Te Taura Whiri i te Reo Māori which have ultimately led to a Te Reo Strategy being developed with an implementation plan based on Pāhauweratanga for Pāhauwera.

Ngāti Pāhauwera Development Trust Grants

The Manaaki Committee has been fortunate enough to provide funding for the third consecutive year and which has been made available to the beneficiaries of Ngāti Pāhauwera to support whanau aspirations in both Secondary (Boarding) & Tertiary Education and providing much needed support to the Community.

In the 2015/2016 financial year the committee made distributions to the following categories:

Mārae:                                     
Community Groups:
Tertiary:
Secondary:
TOTAL:


$85,000.00
$19,489.83
$48,368.51
$24,000.00
$176,858.34

The following Marae were recipients of a Grant from the Trust in the 2015/2016 funding period, each Marae received $16,350.00 – Raupunga required additional funding for a broken window and resource consent, the Marae received $19,600.00:

  • Mohaka
  • Raupunga
  • Putere
  • Kahungunu
  • Waihua

A total of 25 applications were received requesting support for a total of $283,645.90.

Due to limited funding available to the Manaaki Committee, it was able to provide funding totaling $24,000.00 for the 2015/2016 Grant year.

The following were recipients of a Secondary Grant:

Alo, Danielle Hoepo-Scott, Oriwia Smith, Kopiri-Fairlane
Alo Jessey May Keefe, Angus Smith, Kumeroa
Boynton-Rameka, Te Kowhai Kahukura, Valentine Whaanga, Rongomau
Crawford,  Moana King, Ereti Geary, Teegan Alicia
Crawford, Te Akonga King, Jacob
Dean-Pene, Melbourne King, Karen
Harrison-Te Aho, Thomas McCorkindale, Kiah
Hawkins-McClutchie, Kewarei Murray-Macgregor, Mere
Hedley, Kane Murray-Macgregor, Paula
Hoepo-Scott, Marie Ngerengere, Taylor

A total of 34 applications were received, requesting support to the total amount of $192,889.00.

With limited funding available to the Manaaki Committee, it was able to provide assistance to the amount of $48,368.51.

The following were recipients of a Tertiary Grant:

Biddle, Santana King, Andrea Roestenburg, Waireti
Crawford, Jesse Lambert, Hanham Ross, Nikara
Hapeta, Moana Little, Awhina Scott, Angelia
Hodge, Joseph MacKay, Mari Smith, Charles
Hodges-Tai, Te Ra Middleton, Jahmayne Stockman, Christina
Hubbard Tane-nui-a-rangi Moeke-Ferris, Danielle Te Aho, Shakyra
Hungahunga, Joan Niblett, Peter Te Kahika-Heemi, Summah
Hungahunga, Nanita Nicklin, Zeb Terekia, Larissa
Hura, Angelia Paul, Melissa Whatuira, Aaron
Johnson, Abigail Rarere, Ihaka Wong, Hemi

A total of 12 applications were received requesting support for a total of $31,646.27.

 

Further distributions were also made to community services which provide support to our beneficiaries and also to keep inline with keeping the Trust’s charitable status – these distributions totalled $2,000.00 to four community services.

Due to limited funding available to the Manaaki Committee, it was able to provide funding totaling $33,646.27 for the 2015/2016 Grant year.

The following were recipients of a Community Grant:

GHAT Te Huki Urupa Group
Kotemaori School YMP Junior Rugby
Mangaturanga Whanau Trust YMP Rugby Club
Mohaka Anglican Church The Wairoa Fire Service
Ngati Pahauwera Hauora Raupunga Water The Wairoa Ambulance Service
Pahauwera Pig Hunting Club The Wairoa Search and Rescue
Te Ataarangi O Ngati Kahungunu ki Te Wairoa Lowe Helicopter Services

Brief overview of other financial assistance:

The following three (3) sites are must visit sites to help students plan for study and a career:

Careers NZ helps you to make smart decisions about Study towards a Career. There are helpful hints on this website, where to start, knowing your skills, CV templates and job vacancies.

Study Link helps people with information to make informed decisions about Study, information about where to get financial support with course fees, course related costs and living and accommodation costs.

Student Job Search is a free service for member students seeking employment.

The Manaaki Committee Members are:

Tureiti Moxon – Committee Chairperson