Economic Prosperity2018-09-04T13:28:54+00:00
The Maniapoto Māori Trust Board are committed to improve Maniapoto economic prosperity. A number of projects currently being implemented to assist in achieving this goal are noted below.

Economic Prosperity Projects

2016 – 17 Highlights & Milestones

4 Capacity and Capability Workshops

Δ Manuku Honey

Δ Housing

Δ Land block assessment

Δ Funding workshops

4 Project Programme Reports completed

Δ Maniapoto Housing project

Δ Marae Development project

Δ Manuka Honey Project

Δ Land block assessment project

2016 – 17 Highlights & Milestones

Housing

Δ Report completed which identified a strategy and area for the advancement of Maniapoto

wellbeing through housing

Δ Papakainga Wānanga Series undertaken

 

Funding Sessions

2 Trust Waikato Funding Sessions

The Maniapoto Economic Research and Innovation Committee (MERIC) was established in August 2013

Focus:

  • To support the Board in making prudent decisions around strategic initiatives in economic research and innovation
  • To identify and promote education, economic growth and development opportunities for Maniapoto uri, whānau, hapū and iwi

MERIC is guided by the Boards Strategic Goal: ‘To improve Maniapoto Economic Prosperity’

MERIC Sub-Committee Members:
Glenn Tootill (Chair)
Dan Te Kanawa
Riria Te Kanawa
Rongo Wetere

Ngā Aho Rangahau ō Maniapoto – Threads of Research (NAROM)

Nga Aho Rangahau ō Maniapoto (NAROM) is a core part of the Maniapoto Māori Trust Board strategic commitment to grow a strong and vibrant Maniapoto economy and assist in realising the economic potential of Maniapoto.

The intent of the MMTB is to work collaboratively with participating Crown Research Institutes and administrators of Maori Land interests within the Maniapoto rohe, who share the aspiration of optimising their economic potential and thereby contribute to enhancing the Maniapoto economy.

NAROM Symposium Speakers 20 July 2015

NAROM Symposium Speakers 20 July 2015

Final NAROM Symposium Presentations

Ngā Aho Rangahau o Maniapoto – Threads of Research Report