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KMK Funding 18 Oct 2019

Our next round will close on the 18 October 2019.

Kā Manukura o Te Reo

http://www.kmk.maori.nz/ka-manukura

Kā Manukura o te Reo is a fund established by Kotahi Mano Kāika (KMK) to provide intermediate to advanced Kāi Tahu learners and speakers of te reo with targeted financial assistance to further develop their Māori language proficiency. Applicants are required to complete a te reo plan demonstrating both short and long term commitment towards achieving their personal language goals. KMOTR fund supports individuals only. Funding for activities such as one-off wānaka reo will not be supported.

Whānau Reo

http://www.kmk.maori.nz/whanau-reo

Whānau Reo is a fund established by Kotahi Mano Kāika (KMK) to provide financial assistance for those whānau actively raising tamariki using te reo māori within the home as a natural, everyday language . This fund can assist Kāi Tahu families to attend the following events:

  • Kotahi Mano Kāika whānau haereka

  • Kura Reo Kāi Tahu

  • Papatipu Rūnaka whānau reo initiatives in Te Waipounamu

  • All applicants need to complete a te reo plan demonstrating both short and long term commitment towards achieving their whānau language goals.

Kāika Reo

http://www.kmk.maori.nz/kaika-reo

Kāika Reo is a fund established by Kotahi Mano Kāika (KMK) to support Kāi Tahu whānau groups to strengthen the use of te reo as an everyday language of intergenerational communication.

The fund will consider funding initiatives focused on learning and using te reo as an everyday informal language within the home and community

Papakāika Reo

http://www.kmk.maori.nz/papakaika-reo

The Papakāika Reo fund is a Kotahi Mano Kāika (KMK) initiative which supports Papatipu Rūnaka to develop te reo pathways within their Papakāika community.   

The Papakāika Reo fund provides targeted financial assistance to be used towards the te reo development of  registered Ngāi Tahu members.  All applicants need to complete a te reo plan demonstrating both short and long term commitment towards achieving their personal language goals.

Earlier Event: September 13
Kia Kūrapa ki Kaikōura 2019
Later Event: November 1
Kia Kūrapa ki Te Tai Poutini 2019