MAIHI Ka Ora Implementation Plan

The MAIHI Ka Ora Implementation Plan focuses on the steps we need to take over the next three to four years to bring us closer to achieving the vision set out in MAIHI Ka Ora – that all whānau have safe, healthy affordable homes with secure tenure, across the Māori housing continuum. 

The Implementation Plan has been codesigned with our Māori partners. We have worked with Te Puni Kōkiri, iwi, hapū and Māori organisations to take the aspirations of MAIHI Ka Ora and develop a plan that shows how we can partner to turn those aspirations into better housing outcomes for whānau. 

The implementation plan:  

  • identifies specific actions and key deliverables that will contribute to achieving a MAIHI Ka Ora priority 
  • indicates the lead agency responsible for bringing together the right agencies and organisations to deliver that action 
  • shows how these actions are grounded by the principles set out in the MAIHI Framework for Action 
  • states how success will be measured, and 
  • assigns a timeframe for delivery.  

We intend to review MAIHI Ka Ora and the Implementation Plan every three years, at the same time as the Government Policy Statement on Housing and Urban Development (GPS-HUD). 

Published: March 11, 2022

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