Awards

Since 1994, Aporosa has applied for, negotiated, received and accounted for more than 200 individual grants totaling more than one million dollars for community development projects and research in New Zealand and Fiji. A selection of those development and research project awards are listed.

Development Projects  (Research for Development)

2005     Replacement water supply, rural school, Fiji. Government of Fiji

             NZ$65,000.

 

2003     Hydro-electric generator for rural Fijian school. NZAIDNZ$67,000

     

2002     Replacement of school dormitory, rural Fiji.  Rotary NZNZ$11,600.

     

2001     New school boat, rural Fiji. Canada FundFJ$27,000.

 

2000     Text books for school, rural Fiji. The Pacific Development & Conservation

             TrustNZ$10,000

 

1996     Towards purchase of 16 metre sailing catamaran ($1.2m), Wings of the

             Dawn Sailing Trust, Tauranga. The NZ Lottery CommissionNZ$250,000

Research/Academic Projects

2019      New Zealand Performance-Based Research Fund (PBRF)

              Ranking: B (Pacific panel).

2019      New Zealand Health Research Council ​Sir Thomas Davis Te Patu Kite 

              Rangi Ariki Award Pasifika Post-Doctoral Fellowship (ref.19/002):

              NZ$278,000.

2016      New Zealand Health Research Council Pasifika Post-Doctoral

              Fellowship (ref.16/462): NZ$230,000.

 

2015      Ngā Kanohi Kitea Full Grant, Health Research Council of NZ (ref.

              15/643): NZ$233,254.

 

2014      Ngā Kanohi Kitea Development Grant, Health Research Council of NZ

              (ref. 15/563): NZ$10,000.

 

2010      Massey University Doctoral Hardship Bursary (field research). NZ$7,000.

 

2008      NZAID Postgraduate Field Research Award (field research). NZ$4,200.

 

2008      Education New Zealand Postgraduate Study Abroad Awards.  NZ$2,200.

 

2008      Massey University School of People, Environment and Planning Graduate

              Research Fund (field research costs).  NZ$1,810.

 

2007     Massey University School of People, Environment and Planning Graduate

             Research Fund (field research costs).  NZ$1,386.

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