Ngāti Pāhauwera Development Trust

TŌ TĀTOU MAHI | OUR WORK

Kaupapa Matauranga | Matauranga Projects

The Trust has, to date, collaborated with Government agencies to create and review strategic plans around the following:

  • Education
  • Te Reo Māori Revitalisation
  • Rangatahi Development

The Trust would like to take this opportunity to thank all those that have been involved in these programmes and providing reference points, feedback at Hui-a-Iwi, reference groups, peer reviewers and staff that have pieced all the pieces together to form that strategy in which the Trust can use as a platform to deliver from.

Kaupapa Taiao | Taiao Projects

The Trust has been working with the following Government agencies concerning environmental projects and issues, the are following are a few in which we are currently engaged with:

  • Ministry for the Environment
  • Hawkes Bay Regional Council
  • Department of Conservation
  • OSPRI
  • Office of Treaty Settlements

Work in this area involves:

  • River Restoration Project
  • Takutai Moana
  • Consents and many more

The Trust continues to work further in this area.

Ngati Pahauwera Commercial Development Ltd

Ngāti Pāhauwera Commercial Development Ltd (‘the Company’) manages the commercial assets of the Ngāti Pāhauwera Development Trust, including:

  • Term Deposits and Equities ($13.8m)
  • 15,484 ha pine forest (leased to Pan Pac)
  • 3,500 ha of farm land

Manaaki Committee

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

Whakauru Mahi | Employment Opportunities

Employment within Ngāti Pāhauwera Development Trust

Other Employment opportunities.

Kapa Whakangau Poaka | Pig Hunting Club

The Pig Hunting club is responsible for issuing permits on agreed Trust lands. The Club is run by its members whom are beneficiaries of the Trust.

Rangapu | Partnerships

The Trust has and will form many relationships through the course of the Trust carrying out its business activities for the many registered beneficiaries.

Every so often the relationships developed can potentially result in communications from those partners, it could be in the form of the following:

  • Education
  • Training
  • Employment
  • Forums
  • Hui and more

Where these align with the Trusts objectives, the Trust will endeavor to communicate these to the beneficiaries.