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Te reo Māori support will be relevant and build enthusiasm

Te reo Māori support in Te Tai Hau-ā-uru will be relevant and build enthusiasm

Te Mātāwai in partnership with the Te Tai Hau-ā-uru Pae Motuhake wishes to advise the opening of the Te Tai Hau-ā-uru te reo Māori investment round that will focus on engagement across multiple generations.

The investment round is now open and it will close at 5pm on Friday 23 March 2018. “One of Te Mātāwai’s statutory functions is to deliver initiatives and programmes that contributes to the implementation of the Maihi Māori Strategy,” says Te Atarangi Whiu, Te Mātāwai Tumu Whakarae.

“The Te Tai Hau-ā-uru investment plan aligns with our Maihi Māori Strategy and it prioritises te reo Māori revitalisation initiatives specific for Te Tai Hau-ā-uru and this is great news for te reo Māori,” she says.

The Te Tai Hau-ā-uru investment plan developed by the Pae Motuhake has a number of outcomes to support and grow te reo Māori in the region.

“We want to increase reo use in the home by whānau and to increase reo use in daily life by our communities just to name two of our outcomes,” says Ruakere Hond, Te Mātāwai board member for Te Tai Hau-ā-uru.

“It is an exciting time for te reo Māori in our rohe as we strive to restore our dialects as a nurturing first language throughout our communities,” says Mr Hond.

Please visit Te Mātāwai Investments at www.tematawai.maori.nz to register and then to complete an online application that will contribute to restoring te reo Māori as a nurturing first language in homes and communities.

Ka hāngai te tautoko i te reo Māori i Te Tai Hau-ā-uru, ka whakahihiko i te ngākau ki te reo

E pānuihia ana i konei e Te Mātāwai me te Pae Motuhake o Te Tai Hau-ā-uru te whakatuwheratanga o te rauna haumitanga reo a Te Tai Hau-ā-uru e arotahi ana ki te whakawhitiwhiti kōrero tahi a tēnā me tēnā reanga.

Ka tuwhera te rauna i te rangi nei, ka kati ā te 5 i te ahiahi o te Rāmere, te 23 o Poutūterangi 2018.

“Ko tētahi o ngā kawenga ā-ture a Te Mātāwai ko te tāpae kaupapa, hōtaka anō e whai ana ki te whakatinana i te Rautaki Maihi Māori,” hei tā Te Atarangi Whiu, Tumu Whakarae o Te Mātāwai. Hei tāna anō, “E hāngai ana te mahere haumi a Te Tai Hau-ā-uru ki te Rautaki Maihi Māori, ka mutu e noho tōmua mai ana ngā kaupapa whakarauora reo Māori e hāngai tūturu ana ki Te Tai Hau-ā-uru, me te aha, he rongo pai tēnei mō te reo Māori.”

He maha ngā putanga kei te mahere haumi i whakatakotohia e te Pae Mōtuhake o Te Tai Hau- ā-uru hei tautoko, hei whakatipu i te reo o te rohe.

Hei tā Ruakere Hond, māngai mō Te Tai Hau-ā-uru i te Poari o Te Mātāwai, “E hiahia ana mātou ki te whakapiki i te kōrerohia o te reo e te whānau i te kāinga me te whakapiki i te kōrerohia o te reo e te hapori i ngā kawenga o ia rā, koia nei ētahi putanga e rua."

Hei tāna anō, “Whakahihiko ana tēnei wā mō te reo Māori i tō mātou rohe i a mātou ka ngana nei ki te whakahaumanu i ō mātou mita kia noho anō hei reo ūkaipō i te whānuitanga atu o ō mātou hapori."

Toroa ngā Haumitanga a Te Mātāwai i www.tematawai.maori.nz ki te rēhita, ki te whakaoti mai i te tono tuihono e whai ana ki te whakahaumanu i te reo Māori kia noho anō hei reo ūkaipō i te kāinga me te hapori.

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