Te Reo Tukutuku
Investment Plan 2022/2023
Amohia ake te ora o te iwi, ka puta ki te wheiao
He tūmatakahuki, he reo tukutuku!
- Connectivity – initialitves that enable improved connection and transfer of intergenerational knowledge within whānau and communities across the sectors.
- Innovation – new and innovative national or multi-regional initiatives that will strengthen whānau and communities. That also builds local capability and capacity in their te reo Māori journey.
- Foundation – this acknowledges existing national and multi-regional initiatives that are held in high regard and viewed as exemplar models for te reo Māori revitalisation.
- increases in language planning opportunities for whānau and communities;
- increased Māori usage in the homes of tamariki;
- increases in collaboration across the clusters;
- increases in resources that are widely available and relevant to sector needs;
- increased intergenerational commitment and transmission of the Māori language
Click here to download the full investment plan as a PDF.
There are four sector interest areas that make up Te Reo Tukutuku Investment Cluster:
- Te Hapori
- Te Mātauranga
- Te Pāpāho
- Te Hunga Noho Taone
Pae Motuhake, representing iwi and Māori interests, develop the investment plan and key priorities for each Kāhui and make recommendations to the Board of Te Mātāwai for approval.
Te Pae Motuhake o Te Reo Tukutuku:
- Bernie O’Donnell (Appointed Board Member) Urban-Māori
- Tunuiarangi McLean – Urban Māori
- Tukiterangi Curtis – Education
- Brenda Soutar – Education
- Kylie Brown – Media and Māori Broadcasting
- Hineani Melbourne – Media and Māori Broadcasting
- Teina Boasa-Dean – Community
- Tane Cook – Community
Te Pae Motuhake Role
Provide leadership of the Māori language at a local level
Determine language revitalisation needs
Utilise research to inform decisions
Inform and influence Te Mātāwai Board
Develop annual investment plans
Recommend recipients of investment support
Projects we've supported from 2020-2021
|Kaupapa name:||Delivery Type:||Amount:|
|Pāngia te reo Māori||Resource Production||$123,000|
|Te Whare o te Reo - Stage 2||Resource Production||$160,000|
|Pipiri ki a Papatūānuku||
|Kura Reo (Hunga Roia Māori) 2020||
|Toa Tiaki Taiao||Resource Production||$76,800|
|Te Manawataki o te Reo (Tau Tuatoru) 2020||Wānanga||$300,000|
|Kotahi Rau Pukapuka 2020/2021||Resource Production||$158,000|
|Te Kura Reo ki Ōtaki 2021||Kura Reo||$75,000|
|Kura Reo ki Rotorua 2020||Kura Reo||$75,000|
|Ngā Kura Whakarauora Reo o Te Kaunihera Māori||Kura Reo||$75,000|
|Reo ki Uta, Reo ki Tai||Language Classes||$10,000|
|Whakapakari te Hunga Marae||Language Classes||$10,250|
|Kura Whakarauora||Language Planning||$60,000|
|He Wānanga Kaiwhakaputa Pukapuka||Wānanga||$28,200|
|Papa Kēmu / Board Games Compendium||Resource Production||$56,815|
|Hāpai te Reo||Language Classes||$700,000|
|Rōmeo rāua ko Hurieta 2020||Resource Production||$100,000|
|Māori Health Workforce Reo Development: Arahi Reo Māori||Language Planning||$68,200|
|Rauemi Kiriwhakaari||Resource Production||$23,600|
|Whakakitenga ā Rēhia||Events||$19,000|
|TRWOT Online Full Immersion Storytelling Events Programme 2021 - 6 Events||Events||$54,000|
|Te Reo Matāhīapo - Year 3||Language Classes||$414,000|
|Tihirau - Te Reo Māori Penpal App for Tamariki||Resource Production||$60,000|
|Te Kura Reo o Waimārama 2022||Kura Reo||$74,100|
Do you have a project that fits the Te Reo Tukutuku investment plan?
You must register to become a registered provider before you apply for investment here(external link).
Registrations open 1 December 2021 - 31 January 2022
Applications open 1 January 2022 - 28 February 2022