KMK Te Reo Funding

E kā manu taki,  E kā manu tāiko

e tuku nei i tō tātou reo kia rere ki tōhona Aorakitaka.

Kia kūrapa mai! Kia kamakama mai!

 Tēnā tātou, E rere kau ana āhaku mihi ki a koutou te kāhui e whaiwhai ana i tō tātou nei tino taoka, arā ko te reo kāmehameha o Pōua mā o Taua mā.

Just a quick reminder whānau, that the current KMK funding round closesFriday  the 30 June 2017.  

There are different contestable funds available to assist you in acheiving your individual, whānau, group or marae goals for te reo Māori in the next 12 months. This is also an opportunity for individuals to apply for funding assistance for the Kura Reo Kāi Tahu in January 2018 and the Kura Reo ki Te Waipounamu in April 2018.

Applications are open to all registered Kāi Tahu individuals, whānau and cluster groups who are wanting to develop their Reo Māori,

 Types of funding available:

  

Kā Manukura o te Reo:

Kā Manukura o te Reo provides intermediate to advanced Kāi Tahu learners and speakers of te reo with targeted financial assistance to further develop their Māori language proficiency.  Participants can apply for up to $5,000 per person, per year

Whānau Reo:

Whānau Reo Fund provides financial assistance for Kāi Tahu families to attend immersion initiatives such as:

  • Kāi Tahu Papatipu Rūnaka whānau based te reo wānaka and events
  • KMK whānau based te reo wānaka and events within the Ngāi Tahu takiwā.

Applicants can apply for up to $2000 per whānau per year. 

 Kāika Reo:

Kāika Reo is a fund to support Kāi Tahu whānau groups to strengthen the use of te reo as an everyday language of communication within the home. The fund will consider funding initiatives focused on learning and using te reo as an everyday informal language within the home and community. Participants can apply for up to $3500 per whānau cluster, per year

Papakāika Reo Fund

The Papakāika Reo fund 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 ofregistered Kāi Tahu members.  

 Application forms along with funding criteria and conditions can be found at:

http://www.kmk.maori.nz/funding-overview

For further information, contact Darren Solomon on darren.solomon@ngaitahu.iwi.nz or waea mai: (021) 518 661