TIES Re-designed

TIES being re-designed involved developing and implementing TIES into a sustainable, community-led initiative on behalf of the TIES Taumata Rōpu. The engagement process included several wananga at Ruapotaka Marae, for the Tāmaki community to connect and engage with TIES - learning about the original tools and help to implement the next steps of what TIES …

TIES in 2017

Two Rākau Tautoko practitioners - Dickie Humphries and Tyrone Tangata-Makiri worked in collaboration with Karl Bailey from Tāmaki Wellbeing (an ADHB initiative) to create a codesign process of engaging with the community and create a way of engaging and creating alongside community workers and residents. In 2017, Rākau Tautoko was contracted by Tāmaki Redevelopment Company …

Community Group Development Workshops

Our Rākau Tautoko facilitators Jo and Tara plus a number of community and external key facilitators ran eight capability workshops through the second half of 2017 in Tamaki Maungakiekie local board area. Participants enjoyed weekly workshops and one on one mentoring. The following topics were delivered across the workshops; Social Enterprise Financial Literacy Business Planning …

The Reclaim Project

Tara and Nikki worked together on the Reclaim Project to grow the community of waste based social enterprises through out both Maungakiekie and Tāmaki. This project included, Coordinating the key organisations involved in the project  Build Tamaki WRAP’s experience and capacity in establishing and operating community-led resource recovery initiatives and enterprise in the area as …

The Reclaim Project

Tāmaki WRAP got in touch with Rākau Tautoko in early 2017 to enter into a collaboration around delivering an initiative called Reclaim Tāmaki. The Maungakiekie Tāmaki Local Board provided the funds for this initiative to Tāmaki WRAP to: Build Tāmaki WRAP experience and capacity in establishing and operating community-led resource recovery initiatives and enterprises. Develop social …