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HLC Mana Whenua Flyer

HLC (Homes. Land. Community) has provided this public flyer, intended for ngā mana whenua groups of Tāmaki Makaurau, extending information regarding their vision for and capability to co-provide community housing alongside treaty partners of Tāmaki Makaurau. HLC have a strong focus on Māori housing needs moving forward, ensuring that a variety of positive community-based outcomes are reinforced holistically through prospective housing projects.

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Housing Needs of Native Hawaiians: A Report From the Assessment of American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian Housing Needs

Based on a household survey conducted for this study plus decennial census and ACS data, this study compares Native Hawaiian households in Hawaii statewide to the subset of Native Hawaiian households eligible (household head must be at least 50 percent Native Hawaiian by blood quantum) to assume a lease on the Hawaiian home lands, which comprise more than 200,000 acres of trust land administered by the State of Hawaii’s Department of Hawaiian Home Lands (DHHL).

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Tauranga Hidden Homelessness Report

This project was supported by Tauranga City Council (TCC) and the Bay of Plenty District Health Board (BOPDHB) on behalf of the Tauranga Homelessness Steering Group. The research was undertaken by Rachel Hatch, a third year social work student from Waikato University who was working on a student placement between both organisations in the latter half of 2016

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Mortgage Lending on Tribal Land

The Section 184 Loan Guarantees for Indian Housing program, established in 1992, encourages private lenders to make home loans to Native Americans. Section 184 loans are 100 percent guaranteed and can be made to enrolled tribal members for homes in eligible areas, which are proposed by participating tribes and reviewed for approval by HUD.

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