This study of the Kiwi Tahi programme, a life-skill development programme for vulnerable young people (aged between 8-12 years old), was a collaboration between a lecturer in Social Practice at Te Wānanga o Aotearoa and the Graeme Dingle Foundation.
Secondary data, in the form of youth worker case notes, were analysed and findings suggest that the Kiwi Tahi programme is beneficial, identified factors that increase programme participation and engagement and is a protective factor that provides a caring environment for vulnerable young people.


Creator | Kaihanga
Dr. Liya Anthony and Julie Moore
Year of Creation | Tau
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Keywords | Kupu
Engagement, life-skills, vulnerable youth, youth development
Main Language | Reo Matua
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Bibliographic Citation | Whakapuakanga

Dr. L. Antony and J. Moore (2021) An Exploration of Kiwi Tahi and Engagement. A secondary Data Evaluation Report prepared for the New Zealand Lottery Grants.

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