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 Ngāti Mākino Iwi Authority

Ngati Makino Heritage Trust

Introduction

The Ngati Makino Heritage Trust (the Trust) is 100% owned by the Ngati  Makino Iwi Authority (NMIA).  The operations of the Trust are governed by its Deed of Trust, a Statement of Corporate Intent agreed to with its shareholder, the Charities Act and its amendments, the Trustees Act 1957 and its amendments and general Trust Law.

Under its Deed of Trust the Authority retains significant powers to monitor and control activities of the Ngati Makino Heritage Trust (NMHT), including the appointment of Trustees.

Full responsibility for the governance and management of Ngati Makino’s health, social, education cultural and environmental priorities was transferred from the NMIA to the NMHT on 1 July 2013.

Background

The Trust was established to plan and deliver health, social, educational, environmental and cultural benefits to nga uri on behalf of the NMIA as the Post-Settlement Governance Entity.

Purpose

The purpose of the NMHT is to plan, identify needs, set priorities, identify providers and negotiate and manage contracts to build capability and deliver benefits to members of Ngāti Mākino wherever they may live.

Mission

“To plan and manage effective programmes to improve the social, cultural, educational, environmental and health status of Ngati Makino in a manner that is consistent with the NMIA’s kaupapa and mandate”

Governance

The NMHT is governed by a Board of Trustees that must act in accordance with the best interests of the Ngati Makino Group and its beneficiaries. Trustees have a fiduciary relationship with the organisation which is founded on trust and confidence.

Operating Principles for the Trust
  • Developing and maintaining working relationships with educational, health and social agencies (both government and non-government and including other iwi organisations) to ensure Ngati  Makino receives the maximum practicable benefit of publicly available resources, knowledge and expertise in planning, developing and delivering programmes;

  • Aiming wherever possible to fund planning and delivery of programmes through contracts with government and other social development agencies, to avoid using Ngati  Makino Group funding for resources to which nga uri are already entitled as New Zealand citizens.

  • In developing and delivering programmes, the Trust will use the best resources available, while aiming to also develop capability within Ngati Makino to take control over the future planning and delivery of programmes.

  • Planning will focus initially on identifying the areas of greatest need, opportunities for early action to deliver visible benefits at affordable cost, and medium-term programmes to develop a more integrated approach to addressing the areas of greatest need.


Otamarakau Marae Revitalisation



Ruapotango I - Demolition Day 10 March 1988


Ruapotango II Closing ceremony 17 September 2013


Ruapotango III Opened 30 August 2014

Our Trustees

 
Awhi Awhimate

Edith Sykes
 
Hare Wiremu

Ngati Makino Heritage Trust Annual Reports & Trust Deed

Annual Reports


2014

2015

2016

          2017

        2018

Ehara taku toa, i te toa taki tahi, Kātahi ko taku toa he toa taki tini ā Mākino.

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