Increasing sport participation in the Asian community, with a particular focus on the Chinese and Korean communities on the North Shore.
Supporting facilities of overweight and obese children to become more active.
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A fun, non-competitive and safe environment in which children can learn and develop Fundamental Movement Skills.
Greater Auckland Coaching Unit –Integrating different coaching resources to ensure effective coach delivery to the region.
A nationwide programme motivating sedentary adults to become more active.
Increasing Maori participation and leadership in sport and traditional physical recreation at a community level.
Increasing the availability and accessibility of sport opportunities for all school-aged children.
Working to improve the capability of sports organisations by providing support and guidance.
He Oranga Poutama is an initiative that supports increasing Māori participation and leadership in sport and traditional physical recreation at a community level. There is a particular emphasis on Kaiwhakahaere participating as leaders in their community. The aim is to increase opportunities for whānau to explore, learn and participate as Māori in sport and traditional physical recreation as well as revitalise and further develop sport and traditional Maori physical recreation
He Oranga Poutama have a team of 6 that cover the Tāmaki Makaurau Region and work across the four Regional Sport Trusts - Counties Manukau Sport, Sport Waitakere, Harbour Sport and Sport Auckland. He Oranga Poutama has three key outcomes which are:
He Oranga Poutama has evolved to strongly focus on participating and leading as Māori in sport and traditional physical recreation at community level. He Oranga Poutama have a particular emphasis on five key settings in Tamaki Makaurau. Those settings include Kohanga Reo, Kura Maori, Wharekura, Marae and Maori Sporting Organisations. He Oranga Poutama also work closely with the Tamaki Makaurau Regional Sports Trusts (RSTs) with a particular focus on the revitalisation of traditional Maori games and physical activity.
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