“Your online customary fisheries management tool”
IkaNet is an on-line customary fisheries management system that will help iwi to exercise their customary fishing rights.
IkaNet contains easy-to-use tools developed specifically for kaitiaki and iwi fisheries managers to provide for the harvest and supply of kaimoana for customary purposes and manage customary fishing.
For the first time, kaitiaki and iwi will have timely access to reliable harvesting information enabling them to better exercise kaitiakitanga over their mahinga kai and kaimoana resources.
- Why has Te Ohu Kaimoana and Waka Digital developed IkaNet?
- Who owns and has access to iwi information?
- Is there a charge to use the IkaNet?
- What do kaitiaki and iwi need to use IkaNet?
- What support is available to users?
- Do all kaitiaki have to use IkaNet?
- How can we get further information about using IkaNet ?
Te Ohu Kaimoana
Ph: 04-931 9500 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Te Ohu Kai Moana Trust (Maori Fisheries Trust) is tasked to advance the interest of iwi individually and collectively, primarily in the development of fisheries, fishing , and fisheries – related activities ultimately for the benefit of all Maori.
We also have a role to further the agreements made in the Deed of Settlement; assist the Crown to discharge its obligations under the Deed and the Treaty of Waitangi; and help ensure that the settlement endures for future generations.
based in Tauranga, specialise in digital tools and technologies to progress and enhance the social and economic power of data for Māori
Waka Digital has developed innovative cloud based software aimed at understanding the current and future data needs of Iwi and are developing standards to help create the optimal data register system for Māori/ Iwi organisations.
Waka Digital have a leadership role in a number of major research projects around the country particularly Manaaki Taha Moana (www.mtm.ac.nz) and Oranga Tangata Oranga Taiao www.mtm.ac.nz which assist Maori entities enhance their expression of Kaitiakatanga through the development of co-management toolsets across New Zealand.