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Provider
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OrganisationOrganisation, Location and Status Geographic location Status
RA079
Matawhaanui Trust
Waikato
Registered
Matawhaanui Trust Waikato Registered
Class of Registration:
1 - Social Landlord
Registration Date:
03-08-2021
Entity Type:
Charitable Trust
NZBN Number:
9429047713864
Legal Entity Registration Number:
CC56413
Head Office:
147 Harris Street, Raahui Pookeka, Waikato
Board Members:
Taitimu Maipi; Leon Wharekura; Huirama Matatahi; Joyce Maipi and Norman Hill
Senior Management Names and Titles:
Joyce Maipi – Executive Manager
Renee Wharekura – Consultant from Oranga Consulting (contractor)
Gina Paul – Board Secretary and Executive Assistant
Activities:
Activities:
Our Vision is to reclaim Raahui Pookeka (Huntly) through our voice and our community through deliberate actions to bring back the beauty, street by street, whaanau by whanau by ultimately working to connect with all whanau and our Marae to achieve their aspirations.

Our Projects are:

Mara Kai – Te Pataka O Rahui Pookeka
Our traditional and contemporary practice to nurture our people was through Mara Kai. Raahui Pookeka takes its name from Waikato rangatira, Te Putu, who, during times of scarce food supply, a ‘Raahui’ was placed with a ‘Pou’ to manage and distribute kai (mainly the eel supplies from the lakes surrounding Raahui Pookeka) amongst the haapu.

Te Pataka o Raahui Pookeka (TPRP) is simply to nurture our whenua and wai to grow and replenish our Mara traditions and tuna population using Maramataka to feed ourselves and others.

Te Whare Hauora O Raahui Pookeka – Whare Oranga
With joined up efforts between Te Wharekura o Rakaumanga and our Marae communities since 1999, Whare Oranga has been a fitness and sports hub.

From 2021, with collaborative efforts, we will grow Whare Oranga into a Hauora Precinct. From wellbeing services including Waka Ama, rugby league and netball to Rongoa Maaori and integrated health care services (clinical and indigenous). We will build Hauora Maaori and western models of care to serve the wider community in North Waikato. These will be built and delivered based on the needs of Maaori but for all people to access. From mirimiri to dental, to fitness and diagnostic, the Hauora precinct will have suites of services to cater to all ages.

Raahui Pookeka Papakainga:
It takes a village to raise a child and it takes whanau to build the village. Our approach to housing will incorporate all aspects of living and thriving in a village/marae/community. Without love, respect, and obligations for each other, and without nurturing te taiao me ona tikanga, a house is just walls, windows, and doors.

We will be deliberate about the designs and plans of our homes to adapt for intergenerational growth. They will be sustainable and affordable to address current and future climate challenges. Most importantly our papakainga will ensure whanau live in safety and regardless of their income and housing situation (rent/own/lease) to live side by side without stigma.
Notice of intention to Revoke or Suspend:
Previous Suspension or Revocation details:
Binding Instructions:
Appointments to Governing Body:
Interim Orders made on Appeal:
RA080
Habitat for Humanity Northern Region Limited 
Auckland
Registered
Habitat for Humanity Northern Region Limited  Auckland Registered
Class of Registration:
1 - Social Landlord
Registration Date:
31-08-2021
Entity Type:
NZ Limited Company 
NZBN Number:
9429038570148
Legal Entity Registration Number:
656428
Head Office:
8 Ormiston Road, Otara, Auckland, 2019
Board Members:
Mark Berryman (Chair)
Tim Buchanan
Ulu Aiono
Lou Maea
Una Diver
Michael McLean
Mohammed Khan
Senior Management Names and Titles:
Conrad LaPointe CEO
James Bremner CFO
Leana Hunt Operations Manager
James Davies Build and Development Manager
Jonathan Maitland – Smith Social Housing and Asset Manager
Activities:
Activities:
Habitat for Humanity Northern Region Ltd (Habitat) is part of an affiliated housing network working across New Zealand and in over 70 countries worldwide. Habitat is an Incorporated Society and a registered charity with offices in Auckland and Whangarei. Habitat’s vision is ‘a world where everyone has a decent place to live.’ In pursuit of this vision, Habitat delivers a wide range of housing services and programmes for whānau disadvantaged through inadequate housing, aimed at building strength, stability, and self-reliance through shelter.

Our core delivery is the provision of new housing supply for people on the public housing register through our own developments and the supply of new homes for low to median income whānau through our Rent to Own Progressive Home Ownership (PHO) programme. We also partner with investors to manage new Public Rental housing supply on their behalf, providing both tenancy and asset management services.

Habitat also delivers a Home Repair Programme (HRP), providing essential maintenance and repairs for low-income homeowners unable to access commercial building services. These services are complemented further by a range of housing adequacy programmes, support and advocacy, largely on behalf of whānau living in rental accommodation.

For a full picture of our work visit www.habitat.org.nz
Notice of intention to Revoke or Suspend:
Previous Suspension or Revocation details:
Binding Instructions:
Appointments to Governing Body:
Interim Orders made on Appeal: