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Merge Schools Run sharing Wananga Community Learning Whanau Supp Youth Progr Forestry income lost 1980’s Exploit ICT technology IP Share info IP environment Do Tours IP (experiential) Run earning Retreats IP Learning Organisation 2000 Learning Community 2004 Pres values lang culture The Ngati Whare Rununga is responsible for our Iwi affairs and is well underway with some local community developments Transforn Kura This all looks like a complex interconnected web (the real world) so let’s try first be clear where we are heading This koha is given to us by local and international people or organisations in appreciation of what we have shared with them in Tipu Ake ki te Ora – It is not a handout or donation!! Curriculum student tasks Share model Tipu Ake IP Build new Housing Develop facilities Claim treaty entitlements Establish Runanga Develop services Upgrade housing Est Village Council Robust Community Services These are the core values driving our Kaitiakitanga program Grow Network local and International IP This is how we took our proven Kura / Community vision much further into the future DOC Estate programmes Kaitiakitanga Ecological Education Cent Unitec arch Concept plan This is our vision of Ora -the outcome that drives our whole program Whirinaki & its people as Taonga (IP) Identify Partners Select Patrons Recruit volunteers koha seed funding Find project funding Research Iwi Taonga Pest control projects Develop Website Restoration Projects Revenue Streams in place Grow vision kaitiakitanga Vision and plan in place Jul 03 (IP) est Whirinaki Interactive est Whirinaki Enterprise / InfoCentre $ Research network ip $ Set up Nursary Tourist native replanting Kura Community Runnaga DOC Funders Outcomes Intelectual Property IP Sustainable rich community for mokopuna Set program structure Apply and got Enterprise funds Just in time skills development Develop resources IP $ Kia Ora folks Left click to continue Kaitiakitanga Program Roadmap see © Te Whaiti Nui-a-Toi /03/07
Kaitikitanga Enterprises Program - concept planThis presentation gives the overall plan for the self help program being undertaken by the small community and children of Te Whaiti Nui-a-Toi in the Whirinaki Valley, Te Urewera, to ensure that all their grandchildrens enjoy a rich future. Visit our website Kaitiakitanga Program Roadmap see © Te Whaiti Nui-a-Toi /03/07
Merge Schools Run sharing Wananga Community Learning Whanau Supp Youth Progr Forestry income lost 1980’s Exploit ICT & broadband Share info IP environment Do Tours IP (experiential) do Learning Retreats IP Learning Organisation 2000 Learning Community 2004 Preser values lang culture Transforn Kura Curriculum student tasks Build new Housing Devel comty facilities Share model Tipu Ake IP Claim treaty entitlements Establish Runanga Develop vill services Upgrade housing Est Village Council Robust Community Services Grow Network local and International IP DOC Estate programmes Kaitiakitanga Ecological Education Cent UNITEC vill Concept plan Whirinaki & its people as Taonga (IP) Identify Partners Select Patrons Recruit volunteers koha seed funding Find project funding Research Iwi Taonga Pest control projects DevWhirinak Websites Restoration Projects Revenue Streams in place Grow vision kaitiakitanga Vision and plan in place Jul 03 (IP) Est Whirinaki Interactive Est Whirinaki enterprise & info centre $ Research network inp $ Set up Nursary Tourist native replanting Kura Community Runnaga DOC Funders Outcomes Intelectual Property IP Sustainable rich community for mokopuna Set program structure Apply and got Enterprise funds Just in time skills development Develop resources IP $ Kia Ora folks Left click to continue Kaitiakitanga Program Roadmap see © Te Whaiti Nui-a-Toi /03/07
Tipu Ake Lifecycle Powerpoint Overview v6 © Te Whaiti Nui-a-Toi see Tipu Ake A Short Presentation This is an animated Powerpoint show,
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