Kamp Kaitiaki - Social Wellness and Self Discovery weekenders for youth.

By Jamie Emery

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Kamp Kaitiaki Social Wellness And Self Discovery Weekenders For Youth.

Project 2016-06-06 21:13:53 +1200

Doubtless Bay

Doubtless Bay - FarNorth

Kamp Kaitiaki is a safe weekend away for youth aged 12-15 to engage in workshops that promote self management, peer support and protection of the environment.  The "Kamps" are run in a set of 5, with wellbeing themes and underpinned by Te Ao Maori values.  

These "Kamps" have been created to support rural living youth who reside in the Far North where accessing social opportunities to connect and bond outside of school can be rare.  By the end of the 5 "Kamps, they will be encouraged and supported to co-create programmes and activities around the issues that affect them in the Far North.  The goal is to help develop young adults who are more connected and engaged in the future community, who can manage themselves, support one another and protect the environment.

For the first series we have targeted young women of Maori descent aged 11-15 who live rurally in the Doubtless Bay area in the Far North.  We have chosen this group as a focus group to discover information around role modelling and learning engagement preferences with the forward thinking in mind that these girls will be affective role models for girls younger then themselves whom are within our target age group of 8-15 years old. 

For delivery we have chosen a team of 5 facilitators to role model, mentor and support the girls by delivering workshops that aim to meet the cultural and basic needs of the group, wrapped and based on holistic model approaches such as Te Whare Tapa Wha and Maslow's Hiearchy of Needs.

We have already carried out 2 of the 5 "Kamps" and are now looking to host our 3rd Kamp on the 24th-26th June.  The following links are to inform you of what we got up to leading up to, during and some reflections of the "Kamps" that we have carried out so far:

EPISODE 2 | Kamp Kaitiaki | Web Series 2.0 from Moana Creative Design on Vimeo.

EPISODE 3 | Kamp Kaitiaki Shout Outs @pledgeme @kampkaitiaki from Moana Creative Design on Vimeo.

Team: 

Our team consists of:

Myself, Jamie Emery, as a youth mentor and currently studying for a Bachelor in Applied Social Work to better position myself to serve and support the youth who reside in the Far North.  

Christina Leef who is currently immersed in Maori entreprenuership and Indigenous Inspiring speaking events.

Dayna Carter who is part of the amazing team of Lifehack facilitators who specialise in social enterprise project development and well-being.

Shanna Butler is a youth mentor whose knowledge of Taonga Takaro (traditional Maori games) will be used to assist in developing a wide range of skills mentally and physically   

Carolinn Stott has 15 years experience as an educator and has supported many community intiatives that are directed towards youth, while also being a mum, she has a good understanding of the social barriers that northland kids face today.

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Pledgers 27

Kohu Inch
2016-06-22 20:04:38 +1200
Jamie Emery
2016-06-22 17:14:57 +1200

"My nana just gave me a hundred dollars cash to take us over the line. Thanks nana!!"

Erin Roxburgh
2016-06-22 14:56:12 +1200

"Awesome work team! "

Hollie
2016-06-22 14:52:53 +1200

"Good luck nga wahine toa x"

Twyla
2016-06-22 14:45:56 +1200
Tarapuhi Bryers Brown
2016-06-22 13:29:01 +1200
Nicola Patrick
2016-06-22 13:12:50 +1200

"All the best with your next Kamp!"

Anonymous pledger
2016-06-22 12:51:37 +1200
Liz OConnor
2016-06-22 00:46:14 +1200

"Kia ora. Nga mihi nui mahana ki a koutou mo to koutou mahi. all the best, Liz"

Gemma Potaka
2016-06-21 19:52:27 +1200
Gina
2016-06-21 11:43:55 +1200

"Go team! "

Dayna Carter
2016-06-21 11:16:02 +1200

"Love the kaupapa! "

Teanna Joyce
2016-06-21 08:57:23 +1200
Te Miringa Mihaka
2016-06-20 22:21:03 +1200

"Kia kaha ra Kamp Kaitiaki, nga mihi nui xox"

Kiran Patel
2016-06-20 16:13:18 +1200

"You guys are awesome! Best of luck for the Kamp - let me know how I can help further! "

Anonymous pledger
2016-06-18 15:20:15 +1200
Christina Leef
2016-06-18 14:23:11 +1200

"AROHANUI MY KAMP KAITIAKI WHĀNAU "

Paida Mahowa
2016-06-18 09:44:10 +1200

"So honoured to be able to support such an amazing cause. Keep up the great work for your wahine Christina and the team. "

Nichola Sweetie
2016-06-18 08:42:13 +1200

"Love your mahi! Such an awesome kaupapa!!! I just know u will reach your target :) bless "

Julia Spelman
2016-06-17 22:23:56 +1200

"Keep up the awesome mahi, Jamie! "

Anonymous pledger
2016-06-16 15:07:54 +1200

"I think is wonderfull. Girl power."

Anonymous pledger
2016-06-15 10:07:16 +1200
Ilana Signal
2016-06-14 17:07:59 +1200

"Kia kaha and learn some amazing skills"

Trish Lui
2016-06-13 21:41:26 +1200
Tiowaana Harrington
2016-06-13 18:42:36 +1200

"I'm from the Far North and this service is absolutely needed. Thank you for caring about our children. "

Yayleen Leki Hubbard
2016-06-10 16:35:08 +1200
Scoop Independent News
2016-06-08 22:17:00 +1200

"Go Jamie and Team Kamp Kaitiaki"

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Kamp Kaitiaki Social Wellness And Self Discovery Weekenders For Youth.

Project 2016-06-06 21:13:53 +1200

Doubtless Bay

Doubtless Bay - FarNorth

Kamp Kaitiaki is a safe weekend away for youth aged 12-15 to engage in workshops that promote self management, peer support and protection of the environment.  The "Kamps" are run in a set of 5, with wellbeing themes and underpinned by Te Ao Maori values.  

These "Kamps" have been created to support rural living youth who reside in the Far North where accessing social opportunities to connect and bond outside of school can be rare.  By the end of the 5 "Kamps, they will be encouraged and supported to co-create programmes and activities around the issues that affect them in the Far North.  The goal is to help develop young adults who are more connected and engaged in the future community, who can manage themselves, support one another and protect the environment.

For the first series we have targeted young women of Maori descent aged 11-15 who live rurally in the Doubtless Bay area in the Far North.  We have chosen this group as a focus group to discover information around role modelling and learning engagement preferences with the forward thinking in mind that these girls will be affective role models for girls younger then themselves whom are within our target age group of 8-15 years old. 

For delivery we have chosen a team of 5 facilitators to role model, mentor and support the girls by delivering workshops that aim to meet the cultural and basic needs of the group, wrapped and based on holistic model approaches such as Te Whare Tapa Wha and Maslow's Hiearchy of Needs.

We have already carried out 2 of the 5 "Kamps" and are now looking to host our 3rd Kamp on the 24th-26th June.  The following links are to inform you of what we got up to leading up to, during and some reflections of the "Kamps" that we have carried out so far:

EPISODE 2 | Kamp Kaitiaki | Web Series 2.0 from Moana Creative Design on Vimeo.

EPISODE 3 | Kamp Kaitiaki Shout Outs @pledgeme @kampkaitiaki from Moana Creative Design on Vimeo.

Team: 

Our team consists of:

Myself, Jamie Emery, as a youth mentor and currently studying for a Bachelor in Applied Social Work to better position myself to serve and support the youth who reside in the Far North.  

Christina Leef who is currently immersed in Maori entreprenuership and Indigenous Inspiring speaking events.

Dayna Carter who is part of the amazing team of Lifehack facilitators who specialise in social enterprise project development and well-being.

Shanna Butler is a youth mentor whose knowledge of Taonga Takaro (traditional Maori games) will be used to assist in developing a wide range of skills mentally and physically   

Carolinn Stott has 15 years experience as an educator and has supported many community intiatives that are directed towards youth, while also being a mum, she has a good understanding of the social barriers that northland kids face today.

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Kohu Inch
2016-06-22 20:04:38 +1200
Jamie Emery
2016-06-22 17:14:57 +1200

"My nana just gave me a hundred dollars cash to take us over the line. Thanks nana!!"

Erin Roxburgh
2016-06-22 14:56:12 +1200

"Awesome work team! "

Hollie
2016-06-22 14:52:53 +1200

"Good luck nga wahine toa x"

Twyla
2016-06-22 14:45:56 +1200
Tarapuhi Bryers Brown
2016-06-22 13:29:01 +1200
Nicola Patrick
2016-06-22 13:12:50 +1200

"All the best with your next Kamp!"

Anonymous pledger
2016-06-22 12:51:37 +1200
Liz OConnor
2016-06-22 00:46:14 +1200

"Kia ora. Nga mihi nui mahana ki a koutou mo to koutou mahi. all the best, Liz"

Gemma Potaka
2016-06-21 19:52:27 +1200
Gina
2016-06-21 11:43:55 +1200

"Go team! "

Dayna Carter
2016-06-21 11:16:02 +1200

"Love the kaupapa! "

Teanna Joyce
2016-06-21 08:57:23 +1200
Te Miringa Mihaka
2016-06-20 22:21:03 +1200

"Kia kaha ra Kamp Kaitiaki, nga mihi nui xox"

Kiran Patel
2016-06-20 16:13:18 +1200

"You guys are awesome! Best of luck for the Kamp - let me know how I can help further! "

Anonymous pledger
2016-06-18 15:20:15 +1200
Christina Leef
2016-06-18 14:23:11 +1200

"AROHANUI MY KAMP KAITIAKI WHĀNAU "

Paida Mahowa
2016-06-18 09:44:10 +1200

"So honoured to be able to support such an amazing cause. Keep up the great work for your wahine Christina and the team. "

Nichola Sweetie
2016-06-18 08:42:13 +1200

"Love your mahi! Such an awesome kaupapa!!! I just know u will reach your target :) bless "

Julia Spelman
2016-06-17 22:23:56 +1200

"Keep up the awesome mahi, Jamie! "

Anonymous pledger
2016-06-16 15:07:54 +1200

"I think is wonderfull. Girl power."

Anonymous pledger
2016-06-15 10:07:16 +1200
Ilana Signal
2016-06-14 17:07:59 +1200

"Kia kaha and learn some amazing skills"

Trish Lui
2016-06-13 21:41:26 +1200
Tiowaana Harrington
2016-06-13 18:42:36 +1200

"I'm from the Far North and this service is absolutely needed. Thank you for caring about our children. "

Yayleen Leki Hubbard
2016-06-10 16:35:08 +1200
Scoop Independent News
2016-06-08 22:17:00 +1200

"Go Jamie and Team Kamp Kaitiaki"

Followers of Kamp Kaitiaki - Social Wellness and Self Discovery weekenders for youth.

This campaign was successful and got its funding on 23/06/2016 at 9:25 AM.