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Two funds launched to build Māori research capacity


New Zealand government to provide NZ$10 million a year to develop Māori engagement with science

Māori research is to get up to NZ$10 million a year in additional funding with the announcement of two new contestable funds.

The funds, called He Tipu Ka Hua and He Aka Ka Toro, will offer funding to “build Māori research capacity, capability and aspirations over the next five years”. Administered through the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment, they will open to Māori organisations in April and July this year.

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