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Tahua 2022: A Secure Future

Saarah Gul with her māmā Rakai

Budget 2022’s investment in whānau Māori will lead to economic security for all of Aotearoa.

This year’s Māori Budget package builds on the Government’s previous investments in areas like health, education, employment, economic development, tamariki, and whānau wellbeing.

Read the full release here and find out more about each investment below.

Whānau Resilience

Whānau resilience focuses on wāhine and rangatahi - $28.5 million over two years

Whānau Ora

Continuing to support whānau to maintain and build resilience - $166.5 million over four years

Cadetships

Continuing to improve Māori employment outcomes through Cadetships - $25 million over four years

 

Progressive Procurement 

Boosting the Māori economy through Progressive Procurement - $26 million over two years

Māori Media

Positioning the Māori media sector for the future - $40 million over two years

Te Ringa Hāpai Infrastructure Fund 

Realising aspirations for whenua Māori - $10 million over one year

Te Pae Tawhiti

Protecting mātauranga Māori and taonga - $27 million over four years 

New Zealand Māori Arts and Crafts Institute 

Toi Māori and Māori culture safeguarded through Budget 2022 investment - $1.9 million over one year

Read more on the vote Māori Development initiatives here

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Māori Housing: Large papakāinga underway in Motueka

Te Puni Kōkiri is supporting a large 20-home papakāinga in Motueka. Last week, Te Āwhina Marae whānau and the wider community gathered at dawn to bless the whenua and lay a mauri stone ahead of construction of the development. 

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Omicron: Whānau planning with Karawhiua

Ka ora pea au i a koe, ka ora koe i a au. Perhaps I survive because of you and you because of me.

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Message from our Minister

This is a one-stop portal for COVID-19 support information and the Māori vaccine rollout, including what iwi and Māori organisations are doing around the motu. We direct you to key information such as, Whānau Ora support, business help, and contacting your food bank. We use trusted sources so you and your whānau can access the services and support that you need. Kia kaha everyone.

Minister for Māori Development
Willie Jackson

COVID-19 Statistics

521,164 (91%)

No. of Māori with 1st dose

504,308 (88%)

No. of Māori with 2nd dose

Number and % of doses of eligible Māori 12yo+.
Source Ministry of Health.

236,385 (53%)

No. of Māori Boosted (18yo+)

40,899 (35%)

No. of Māori 5-11 y/o with 1st dose

COVID-19 cases are for all of Aotearoa.
Source Ministry of Health.

Mō Te Puni Kōkiri

Who we are

Te Puni Kōkiri is government’s principal policy advisor on Māori wellbeing and development.

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