Ph/fax: +64 9 832 6048
Post: PO Box 70012
Auckland 1230, NZ
Office located at:
476 Swanson Road
Ranui is a community of around 10,000 people located in Waitakere City, New Zealand. It`s a happening place full of diverse people and sub-communities. It is also home to the Ranui Action Project (`RAP`).
Ranui Action Project
The Ranui Action Project (RAP) is an innovative community development project, which aims to bring together the Ranui community, the Waitakere city council, government agencies and volunteer groups, to improve the health and wellbeing in Ranui.
RAP is to be a dynamic organisation leading healthy change by connecting people though innovation action in Ranui
The Ranui Action Project (RAP) acknowledges Maori as the indigenous peoples of Aotearoa/New Zealand with attendant tribal perspectives and kaupapa. The RAP further acknowledges the two iwi groups Te Kwerau a Maki and Ngati Whatua as having tangata whenua status in the Ranui area. The principles derived from the articles of the Treaty of Waitangi will direct the acivities of the RAP which operate amidst an ethos of:
Statement of Purpose
To bring the Ranui community, government agencies, health providers, volunteer groups and the Waitakere City Council together to improve the health and wellbeing outcomes in Ranui and inspire people to believe:
- In themselves
- In others
- in the Ranui Community
So that they work and grow together to bring about positive changes in their own and others lives.
See more at Rap webspace.
The Ranui Market is on every Friday evening from 3.00pm to 6.00pm in winter and 3.30pm to 7.30pm in the summer.
This website is under construction, and we`ll be back soon with a much more modern interface.