Hauhake is a collective for Maori in REAP. The motivation for a Maori caucus was
given voice at the Annual Conference, held in Turanganui-a-Kiwa in 2003. REAPers decided that it was time to make some changes
in the way things were going and the idea of getting together as Maori, to support one another, to discuss our needs and aspirations
and to address the needs of our clients came to the fore.
Since that time, we have pondered ... and reflected... and thought ... and wondered
what was happening. Well, folks here it is! The Hauhake website! courtesy of tutunui, tuturoa, tutupamamao! Obviously, this
is JUST THE BEGINNING!
The next step is to get moving, and it behoves us to consider that famous Rongowhakaata ancestor, Confucius,
when he said,
"The greatest journey begins with one small step"!
To find out what we can do, follow this link - KOKIRI!
Hauhake is Us
Hauhake is the collective voice of all of us who identify as Maori, in REAP. It
is significant for your voice to be heard, that your opinion is included and that your views are considered. Hauhake will
be successful when we do three things:
1. establish our group in each district
2. establish our communication systems
3. talk to each other
Again, for more information, follow this link - KOKIRI!
When we have achieved this, Hauhake will be successful. Let's work on that before Te Hui-a-Tau!
The next stage of development for each region is to identify their professional development needs. this
is most easily accomplished by completing a SWOT analysis and then breaking that down. For more information on the SWOT, click
SWOT, and then move on to the Professional Development page.
The proposed strategic development plan can be seen by clicking Te Rautaki. Further information regarding this will be added when we have had a chance
to talk a little more about it.
Waiata - Hauhake
Te Pa Korero