The Wellbeing Budget 2020 provides up to $41.315 million that the Ministry will distribute over the next four years to lay the foundations and provide skills required for Pacific peoples to gain improved housing conditions and home ownership.
The Pacific Financial Capability Fund was available in February 2021 for organisations to deliver Financial Building Capability Services to 1,200 Pacific families and communities over the next four years.
The Pacific Community Housing Provider Registration Programme was open for applications in February 2021 for a provider to support up to six Pacific organisations to build their capability to become registered Community Housing Providers over an initial term of two years.
The Pacific Housing Feasibility Support Service is part of the Ministry’s Pacific Housing Initiative.
The Ministry for Pacific Peoples is seeking registrations of interest from Pacific churches and other organisations to receive support to develop feasibility studies and business cases. The Pacific Housing Feasibility service will investigate opportunities to develop housing on land they own, or land they have identified that could be used as affordable housing for Pacific peoples.
The Pacific Community Housing Provider (CHP) Registration Support Service is part of the Ministry’s Pacific Housing Initiative.
The Ministry for Pacific Peoples is seeking registrations of interest from existing Pacific organisations who have the aim of becoming a Social Housing Landlord and providing community housing services to their community. Organisations who are selected through the ROI will receive support through the Pacific CHP Registration Support service to achieve these aims.