This fund is for individuals or groups that want to support whānau wellbeing and connection to te ao Māori
About Tai Neke, Tai Ora
Tai Neke, Tai Ora is a new approach to whānau hauora that builds upon our successful Navigator Tinana programme. It focuses on the four aspects of wellbeing outlined in Te Whare Tapa Whā: taha tinana (physical), taha hinengaro (mental and emotional), taha whānau (social) and taha wairua (spiritual). Tai Neke, Tai Ora is here to support kaupapa that will help whānau understand the importance of nurturing all aspects of their hauora, as well as building a connection to te ao Māori.
Tai Neke, Tai Ora is open to individuals and groups who want to create an event, project or programme that will help achieve these aspirations.
Tai Neke, Tai Ora promotes a range of different approaches that help whānau to lead healthy lifestyles, and embed understanding of the importance of hauora.
A successful application will:
Address at least two aspects of Te Whare Tapa Whā
Align with the seven pou (see right)
Promote connection to te ao Māori
Demonstrate leadership and role modelling of healthy lifestyles
Create opportunities for whanaungatanga and connection
Te Hononga: connection to te ao Māori, tikanga me te reo Māori
Te Oranga: leading healthy lifestyles
Te Kura Huna: attaining knowledge to pass onto future generations
Te Tū Pakari: building confidence and self-determination
Te Taurima: encouraging manaaki and tautoko to peers/whānau
Te Whakapono: exploring beliefs and connectedness
Te Anga Whakamua: breaking down barriers to achieve something new
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