MAIHI & Māori housing

Te Tūāpapa Kura Kāinga – Ministry for Housing and Urban Development is committed to advancing the housing and urban development outcomes of Māori. 

Māori and Iwi Housing Innovation (MAIHI) - Framework for Action

Supporting iwi and Māori to find and keep safe, secure, healthy and affordable housing is essential to reducing the numbers of Māori becoming homeless.

Find out more on our MAIHI page

Te Kāhui Kāinga Ora – a dedicated Māori housing group

Māori are disproportionately impacted by the housing crisis and have been for generations. Aotearoa needs large-scale change, with a specific focus on Māori housing, across the housing system.

Te Kāhui Kāinga Ora is our Māori housing group, which exists to provide strong, coordinated leadership and programmes across government. We’re working to advance Māori housing outcomes, in partnership with:

  • Whānau, hapū and iwi
  • Te Puni Kōkiri
  • Kāinga Ora
  • Other agencies across the housing system.

This collaborative approach has led to developing the MAIHI - Framework for Action and the MAIHI Partnerships Programme.

Wai 2750 Kaupapa Inquiry

We lead the Crown's response to the Way 2750 Kaupapa Inquiry. Wai 2750 is the opportunity to explore how we reset the housing system in partnership with Māori. 

Find out more about the Wai 2750 Kaupapa Inquiry.

Published: March 18, 2021

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