Wāhine Māia, Wāhine Whenua (WMWW)
Engaging wāhine as critical farming partners
Wāhine Māia, Wāhine Whenua (UYFB) engages Māori women as critical farming partners by building business knowledge, skills and confidence.
Skills and confidence to contribute more effectively to the business are built in a supportive environment with other like-minded wāhine.
Funded by the Red Meat Profit Partnership (RMPP), the four-month programme consists of three high-quality, full-day workshops delivered by industry experts and an evening graduation event.
Download the programme flyer here.
2018 Dates and Locations:
Programmes still to run in 2018 are listed below. Each programme is held over four months – three full days plus an evening graduation ceremony – and is limited to 16 participants. All details will be confirmed with you before the programmes starts.
UFYB will be back in 2019 in more regions than ever – register your interest for 2019 below and we’ll be in contact towards the end of 2018.
|Tolaga Bay||6 Sept, 4 Oct, 1 Nov, 29 Nov|
- Graduate feedback
“Being together with other like-minded women and meeting highly-successful tutors who have a wealth of knowledge to share. Knowing there are other women farming and we can share our remedies and learn from each other also made me feel good.” Read more...
Hear from our graduates
Wāhine Māia Wāhine Whenua graduates and whakaihuwaka talk about why they decided to do the programme and their experiences of it.
Our expert facilitators provide personalised learning in a trusted, supportive environment.
- how to measure farm performance and potential
- how to add value as a more engaged critical farming partner
- business planning to improve farm performance
- the drivers and language of your farming business
- how to find and assess financial information.
Your commitment - Te roa
You need to commit to all 3 full-day workshops (8.45am - 5.30pm), the evening graduation ceremony and some homework. Wāhine Māia, Wāhine Whenua is funded by the Red Meat Profit Partnership, which aims to increase capability in New Zealand’s red meat sector. Each programme is limited to 16 participants. There is no cost to participants.