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These are the initiatives that received funding under the Whānau/Hapū category of the Māori Community Suicide Prevention Fund 2021.

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“He kākano ahau – I am a seed born of greatness” This whakatauki represents the Iti Whānau Hikoi. In 2005 and 2020 our whānau lost two seeds from mate whakamomori (Suicide). The impact of these seeds cause great sadness and for a while the seeds of whakapapa were lost for our whānau. In 2021 with the support of Te Rau Ora the Iti whānau for the first time will be visiting their marae, maunga, awa, moana and whānau from up north. On a 9 day hikoi this whānau will plant new seeds that will form many connections for future generations. Once again finding that greatness of whakapapa and whānau once lost.

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This iniative raises suicide prevention awareness through creativity, expressing the stories of hope and recovery within the Maori and Pacific community.

“Be the light : Hei Tote Koe”.

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“Ma te matauranga ka mōhio, Ma te mohio ka marama, Ma te marama ka maranga” Whakapiki te mauri (the essence) of matauranga has always traditionally been kaitiakitanga and our taonga to whakamana ai nga mana o te hauora whanau, hapu and Iwi. This has always been upheld outside of the western health services. To honour customary practices, this initiative will play a role in further implementing ways to manaaki the health system to whakamana ai nga tangata Māori.

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The overall objective of this programme is to provide a platform for youth to actively experience and participate in the learning and participating in gathering of rongoa. The concept of whanaungatanga are entrenched in the activites to build social connections, communcation skills and family involvement – both directly and indirectly. The hope is to build rangatiratanga, kotahitanga and maatauranga Maaori.

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The DS CONNEX program is an initiative to strengthen vulnerable Rangatahi in the community. This is achieved by developing programs and promoting polices that service people in the justice system, mental health & disability sectors, vulnerable spaces and refugees in the community.

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Overall objective for this kaupapa is to provide a safe space for whānau to be able to access tools from te ao māori to heal from passed trauma to prevent suicide and to raise awareness of mental health through a māori lense. They will provide cultural practises such as romi romi, pūrākau and tāmoko to help whānau heal with a holistic approach.

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The objective of this initiative is to enhance the mana of individuals by facilitating a three-day wānanga using kaimoana gathering as the overarching theme. Underlying the programme will be learning modules based on enhancing mana, whakapapa, pepeha, mau rākau, mirimiri and rongoā, raranga, manaakitanga, kaitiakitanga, mātauranga, whanaungatanga and tikanga. The learning modules will be both practical and theory based on the moana and at the marae. This initiative will be marae-based within the tribal lands of Te Whānau ā Apanui.

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This initiative has several components to it; 1. To provide 1-1 & whānau support to those whanau affected by the experience of losing a loved one to suicide. 2. They propose that this project will provide a follow up of those whanau who participated in last years Wānanga & will include any new whānau identified as being at risk or have experienced the loss of a loved one to suicide. This initiative aims to work with 10-15 whānau. 3. Their objective is to provide a range of supports to whānau including but not limited to; Individual Wellness Plans including; 1-1/whānau assessments/treatment goals from a Māori world view. 4. They propose to utilise a combination of Western best practice models & traditional/contemporary Māori Health Models of Care, to address whānau issues/goals related to the topic of suicide i.e Psycho education/cognitive behaviour therapy/motivational interviewing, Māori Health models of care & healing i.e Te Whare Tapa Whā, Te Ao Māori Narratives, Marae, powhiri, whakawhānaungatanga, poroporoake, whilst incoporating other Māori mediums i.e. water, fire, maunga, awa, moana, ngahere, whare sauna, rongoa, mirimiri waiata, kapa haka, others.

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Manaaki Mai Manaaki Atu ….epitomises that great sense of loss from losing a loved one to suicide yet gives us hope that we can learn from it and make a difference in the lives of others. Reconnecting with whānau to create a whānau vision for moving forward together is their goal. From the Far North, encapsulating the essence of being on their whenua, a special place where their tupuna are watching over us nearby, to the Far South, where the marae connects them through whakapapa and to Whakarewarewa, a thermal wonderland they utilise as a source of daily living, their playground, their papa kainga. It is in these special places, teaching and learning, celebrations and healing, wisdom shared and new ideas forged can take place.

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The overall goal of Pootiki Ora is to increase the wellbeing of tamariki by Building a positive learning/bonding experience between tamariki and whānau. To give tamariki the oral language experiences necessary to be successful when they start school. To increase the confidence and resilience of tamariki in their first year of school. That tamariki will have positive experiences at school which will lead to further positive experiences

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The Opposite of Addiction is Connection, in Te Ao Māori the opposite of disconnection is reconnection to whakapapa. These are the founding principles of the Mana Enhancing STOP rōpū, which is the acronym for Stop Taking Our People, from methamphetamine Initiative. The initiative is a kaupapa Māori approach to address methamphetamine and provides suicide preservation strategies across the Bay of Plenty. It brings whānau and communities together, community is the method of engagement to address the harm caused by methamphetamine through education, awareness, and support. It incorporates a dual approach of Te Ao Māori perspective and a lived experience understanding to addiction issues. Through this type of engagement, it looks at how to identify fleeting suicidal ideations, supported by whānau inclusive, hapū community, and iwi wider community approach to help inform other communities. The initiative is led by Mana Manaaki; facilitators with both lived experience and te ao Māori knowledge to support whānau to heal, through whānau led-wānanga and rōpū groups, and focuses on preventing intergenerational substance abuse to methamphetamine addiction for future generations.

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“Te Wā Tumahu”, is a workshop designed for rangatahi and their whānau, to participate in and work together to create an art piece that depicts the struggles they face and how they can overcome them. Whānau will be connecting through powhiri, karanga, whaikorero, whakapapa and whānaungatanga. The pūrakau facilitator for example will be delivering Tāne-nui-ā-rangi and the three baskets pūrakau and will be encouraging and supporting whānau to discuss how they perceive the pūrakau, and how they see similarities to themselves within the pūrakau and the atua. Artists will be supporting whānau to then turn their whakaaro into an art piece that they can see and be able to reflect upon.  

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Kaupapa/Purpose: To reconnect with whānau, whakapapa, whenua and wairua in order to provide the scaffolding and tools required to strengthen both their spiritual and mental resilience to minimise the mental health and addiction issues and suicidal ideation that many whānau have or are experiencing. The process of reconnecting as a whānau with their cultural assets is in itself a healing journey of transformation proportions especially for those whānau who have had the least, if indeed any access, at all.

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This initiative will address the contributing elements to suicide such as unhealthy relationships, grief alcohol, drug use and provide keymessages and interventions to these entities. The initiative will also provide the understanding and practical training on self-carestrategies and a community challenge that addresses building inclusive resilient communities and strengthen the health literacy and physical education.

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“‘Pare Tatau initiative’ exemplifies a journey of this whānau and the tremendous loss of their eldest mokopuna to suicide in August 2021.
Recovery, healing, and a safety plan to prevent further trauma and loss are the key components of Pare Tatau. The initiative challenges this whānau to find answers to the many questions as outlined below:
*Na te aha – the ‘Whys’…
*Whakaaro no atu – Teamwork – the importance of working together…
*Matauranga – Wisdom…
*Whakamau manawa – Healing the heart ….
The main goal of Pare Tatau comprises four basic elements for whānau: clear communication, teamwork, culture, and ethos. We aim to achieve this goal by holding two Marae-based programmes in Rotorua and Tauranga Moana. “

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“The Kia Whai Hina initiative is about sharing tupuna wisdom and knowledge as well as adding positive energy within whanau environments. They do this by strengthening whanaungatanga and the ability to manaaki through providing positive experiences and knowledge in nature.
The wananga aims to share knowledge and confidence around kai practices, Hunting, fishing and diving in a safe supported environment.
Delivering and building on the passion and the skills so that whanau can harvest natural resources and re-connect with papatuanuku, tane mahuta and tangaroa.
Kia Whai Hina utilises Toa(Tangata Ora Ake) as its indigenous methodology to support whānau with their dreams and aspirations.”

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“Tuāhine Tautoko Wānanga is based on four aspects of Mauri to awaken the resilience in our women:
Mauri Oho
Mauri Tau
Mauri Tū
Mauri Ora
This workshop is where survivors can become conquerors! Introducing new techniques that enable our wāhine, and tāne, to attain, both contemporary and traditional, healing remedies; self-care practises and resilience structures for HOW to empower themselves in their day to day lives, no matter the circumstance.
Hosting different kairongoa; kaikōrero; mana wāhine o te motu to share their wisdom and gifts about their journey of awakening the inner strength, beauty and power of wāhine! To potentially implement in their own lives.
In honour of our ancestors, our kuia – if we awaken our mama’s, our sister’s, our daughters, our wāhine,… we will then, awaken the nation!”

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““Karanga mai, ka hoki mai ki tō ūkaipō.”
– Return to your source of sustenance, your origins.
This initiative aims to have all whānau participating in kaupapa Māori workshops and activities, promoting ownership of Māori wellbeing and suicide prevention by engaging in wānanga. The whānau of this initiative believes this is best served by connecting and re-connecting the kinships of whānau and hāpū.
Experiencing suicide risks that have occurred within their whānau, ignited the sense of urgency that it is the time to call out and gather as a collective. Coming together to pray, sing, talk, listen, share, and create “”never to forget”” memories that encourage the spirit of healing.
The initiative is also looking at learnings from whakapapa stories that hold strong to the traditions of tupuna as they feel are great examples of Tikanga, where mana, mauri and tapu are maintained for, and by, all participants in this wānanga.”

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“The goal of this initiative was to raise suicide prevention awareness through creativity, expressing the stories of hope and recovery within the Maori and Pacific community.
Be the light : Hei Tote Koe.”

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“Whakapaumahara Tū Tonu is an initiative designed to develop and support whānau potential. The tangible and intangible activation of Tikanga based values strengthens the living memories and legacy of the whānau individually and collectively.
Whakapaumahara Tū Tonu is what we refer to as a legacy initiative. The future generations ability to be self-determining and self-managing with Pae Ora – healthy futures is what they aspire to be the result.”

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“This initiatives passion is to implement their kaupapa in a Māori worldview and Tikanga based approach to raising awareness of suicide among the young men of our hapū and hāpori.
The initiative hopes to equip whanau with basic skills & knowledge on how to identify suicide and what to do if they suspect someone to be suicidal.
Lastly, they also want to build a safety net where young men can feel safe and free to express their difficulties, struggles and reach out for help.”

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“This whanau have experienced an enormous loss which has had a profound impact on the tinana, wairua, hinengaro and every member of their Whanau.
Their aspiration is to grow whanau resilience through whakapapa (Ngati Kahungunu ki Heretaunga) and matauranga Maori (tikanga, reo, kai, hauora, waiata and nga taonga takaro).
This will be by returning to our Marae and holding whanau wananga we believe this will build whanau capacity and strengthen our connection to our cultural identity, iwi and hapu.
The whanau have identified the effects of mental health that are present in members of the whanau from mokopuna to kaumatua so they are working hard to normalise the conversation of wellbeing, especially amongst our rangatahi.
This initiative believes that through whanau wananga, growing whanau knowledge, through reconnecting whanau to their Marae, iwi and hapu, will provide whanau with the tools and techniques that will build on whanau capability. Which will create strong and resilient mokopuna, tamariki, rangatahi, pakeke and kaumatua within our Hapi whanau.”

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“‘Ehara taku toa i te toa takitahi, engari kē he toa takitini’
– My success should not be bestowed onto me alone, it was not individual success but the success of a collective.
This inspiring initiative created was to provide a space for men to develop and grow their leadership, communication and resilience capabilities within a team environment.
The initiative also helps teach them some tools and new networks that may help them with future life challenges that they may face.”

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“The goal of this initiative is to instil good morals and values in people and communities. They feel that doing this on the marae gives whanau, hapu and iwi a sense of belonging. They believe that knowing who they are and where they come from potentially builds a stronger resilience against suicide.
The programme is delivered at four Marae based weekend Wananga.
The people involved would be pepi/tamariki, rangatahi, pakeke and kaumatua and this would be achieved by doing tikanga/kawa, maurakau, karakia, pepeha, kapahaka etc.”

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“The aim is to strengthen their whanau experiencing suicide risk.
The whanau who are bereaved by suicide; finding what type of solutions are there to awhi and strengthen resilience and wellbeing of the whanau. Leading with whanaungatanga, manaakitanga, kaitiakitanga, whakarongo, whakapapa and aroha to help guide and develop solutions and initiatives to prevent suicide in whanau and hapu.”

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“The vision of this programme is to allow kotiro to learn some life skills to help them navigate potentially difficult times but most all to help build the resilience to overcome them.
Everything the programme will provide has no cost to the girls or their whanau. Te Uma o Miria will cover the cost to run wananga, feed, and transport them.
The initiative is trying to make this available for the girls as they don’t want whanau to face any reason to prevent their daughter/s from being a part of Te Uma o Miria.”

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“The main objective of this initiative is to try and help as many youths as they can to build their confidence. They hope that this will help develop strategies and tools that help Rangatahi navigate mental health.
They do this by encouraging youth to feel comfortable in their skin and potentially form positive connections with their environment and meet like-minded peers.
The approach implements a layer of protection and support by creating things around them to be themself, and grow into happy and thriving individuals to build resilience and connections that will help them navigate life.”

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““Whiria, paiaka o te riri, te kawa o Rāhiri”
– Whiria, the seat of the war counsel of Rāhiri.
Whiria – Weaving mātauranga and whakapapa to strengthen whānau well-being.
Whiria is the pā of the ancestor Rāhiri and the storehouse of mātauranga and whakapapa fo hapū and iwi. These two aspects of Te Ao Māori are central pillars for whānau well-being and key to winning the war against suicide in our communities.
Whiria aims to bring whānau together, reconnecting them to their sacred genealogy and traditional knowledge systems in a way that enriches their sense of purpose and belonging through:
• Exploring Māori concepts and experiences
• Actively strengthening cultural identity
• Creating access to cultural resources e.g. kaumātua, marae and traditionally significant natural environments
• Reconnecting and maintaining cultural connections
This initiative believes that these are key protective factors against suicide in whānau and the community.”

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Te mana o te whenua,
Te mana o te wai,
E whakamanahia te tangata.
The strength of the land and the strength of the water’s will strengthen the people.
The Kaitiaki Project was formed by a group of close friends who wanted to respond to the poor statistics around suicide and mental health issues within our communities. They kept seeing it in their families and in their communities and they knew they had to try something. They set out to serve as many people as they could in order to create long lasting inter-generational impacts. Since that decision, they’ve have been delivering a powerful and impactful program throughout Aotearoa impacting hundreds of lives directly and thousands more through the rippling effects of their kaupapa.

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“This initiative facilitates wānanga with youth at Tai Wānanga TŪ TOA that discusses the different issues that contribute to suicide for young people. The programme involves writing and composing a selection of waiata, and producing a music album that can be distributed digitally to the public and across iwi radio to share these messages with whanau, iwi, and the general public.
The programme intends to shoot a selection of music videos to assist the delivery of those messages, as well as a documentary to chronicle the journey.”

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This initiative was supported by the Whānau & Hapū fund.

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