The Maniapoto Māori Trust Board seek to strengthen and enhance te reo o Maniapoto. This will be achieved through collaboration with a number of stakeholders including Te Reo Irirangi o Maniapoto, Maniapoto kura and kohanga reo along with a number of other education providers and government departments.
Te Rautaki Reo a te Nehenehenui Strategy
Our priority is to seek funding to implement the Te Rautaki Reo a Te Nehenehenui Strategy priority work programme. Once funding has been secured the Te Reo Advisory Group (Te Tumu) will be reconvened and a work programme initiated.
2016-17 Highlights and Milestones
- Project launch of Te Kawenata o Maniapoto me ōna hapū maha wānanga
- 192 repo/puna mapped in the Maniapoto rohe Ngā Repo o Maniapoto Projects
- Continued increase of repository of Maniapoto language, knowledge and history (Ngā Taonga Tuku Iho) with: 1029 cumulative total of Geographic Information System (GIS) sites completed to date
2015-16 Highlights and Milestones
- Re-established Te Tumu (Te Reo Māori o Maniapoto Roopu)
- Established a Paepae Āwhina roopu
- Initiated the design of a Maniapoto-centric curriculum for use in local schools
- Repatriation of taonga as a registered collector of taonga tūturu; Patu Aruhe
- Started repository of Maniapoto language, knowledge and history (Ngā Taonga Tuku Iho) with: 381 cumulative total of Geographic Information System (GIS) sites completed to date (including Ngā Repo o Maniapoto Project)
- A total of 76 mapped sites in 2016-16
E Tū Maniapoto App
E Tū Maniapoto app was launched in 2017 and is a user friendly, free to download app packed with features to keep people informed on what’s happening with the iwi me ōna hapū maha.
- Get the latest updates direct to your device
- Find out when there are hui near you
- Access hui live streams
- Participate in live chat
- Share your feedback and complete iwi member surveys
- Listen to Maniapoto iwi radio station, Te Reo Irirangi o Maniapoto live 24/7
You can download the E tū Maniapoto app from the Google Play store for Android Phones, and for Apple iPhone from the App store, or just click one of the links below.
Te Puna Mātauranga o Aotearoa – The National Library of New Zealand has provided a range of online resources to support learning te reo Māori at all levels — ranging from beginners to those wanting to update their knowledge and practice, through to fluent te reo speakers.
To view these resources click here