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Kia ora and welcome to Katikati Taiao

Taiao” is the Maori word for the natural world and everything in it. Katikati Taiao’s vision is that the depredation of Katikati’s natural world has ceased; its communities are connected and vibrant, and happiness thrives.

Our community-led approach supports our communities and hapū to achieve their hopes and goals by working together, building on strengths, encouraging wide participation, developing local leaders, evaluating progress and celebrating achievements.

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COMMUNITY LED DEVELOPMENT

Katikati Taiao has entered into a partnership with the Department of Internal Affairs (DIA), as part of the Community-led Development Programme (CLDP).  The intention of CLDP is to support and work with the community – allowing people to envisage the Katikati they would like to see.  By encouraging a collective approach, we hope to support the community to bring their dreams to fruition.

 “Community-led development strengthens the vitality of communities by activating and weaving the contribution of everyone connected to a place/whenua, and it happens when a community comes together to achieve a shared vision.”  sourced from Inspiring Communities

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We want to discover the ways you can help shape positive change within our community.  Check out our current projects, follow us on FaceBook, come and talk with us, attend our community events and tell your friends what we are up to.  We also welcome any donations, that would support any of our current projects.
HEARTS AND MINDS
The Hearts and Minds of Katikati research project was conceived by Katikati Taiao and supported with funding from the Lotteries commission. The Hearts and Minds research aimed to provide an understanding of the social connections in Katikati, that is, how the various communities in Katikati live and work together. The reason why the Hearts and Minds research sought this understanding was the desire by Katikati Taiao to see strengthened social connections in Katikati so that all communities within Katikati could thrive. This research has been the catalyst for several new and exciting projects in Katikati.

News

  • Employment Youth Coach

    Employment Youth Coach The youth employment coach role has been developed under the "Positive Pathways for Rangitahi" in partnership with Tamawhariua Health and Social Services and the Katikati Community Centre. Here to support young people’s [...]

  • Kai Noke KatiKati

    Feedback from attendees at the Organic Waste forum Katikati Taiao hosted last October was very positive, with majority support for the development of a vermicomposting facility in the Katikati area. Vermicomposting is worm farming, and a [...]

  • Welcome Alan Maxwell

    Katikati Taiao would like to warmly introduce our newest team members Alan (AJ) Maxwell (Ngāti Whare, Ngāi Te Riu, Ngāti Rākaipaaka, Ngāi Tūkairangi)  joined Katikati Taiao in January this year as our Community Activator. “Alan [...]

Employment Youth Coach

July 6, 2021|0 Comments

Employment Youth Coach The youth employment coach role has been developed under the "Positive Pathways for Rangitahi" in partnership with Tamawhariua Health and Social Services and the Katikati Community Centre. Here to support young people’s [...]

Kai Noke KatiKati

July 6, 2021|0 Comments

Feedback from attendees at the Organic Waste forum Katikati Taiao hosted last October was very positive, with majority support for the development of a vermicomposting facility in the Katikati area. Vermicomposting is worm farming, and a [...]

Welcome Alan Maxwell

June 29, 2021|0 Comments

Katikati Taiao would like to warmly introduce our newest team members Alan (AJ) Maxwell (Ngāti Whare, Ngāi Te Riu, Ngāti Rākaipaaka, Ngāi Tūkairangi)  joined Katikati Taiao in January this year as our Community Activator. “Alan [...]

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