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2019 summary of funded disability grants

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    31 March 2020

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In 2019, 165 applications from 69 organisations and 4 individuals across New Zealand received a consumer leadership development grant (CLDG), workforce development grant (WDG) or a training grant (TG) from Te Pou. Funds were granted to a total of 2,947 participants. Fifteen of these applications were for Individualised Funding (IF)—one CLDG and fourteen TG, with 23 total participants.

Two funding rounds were held for the CLDG and WDG grants: one in March and one in September.



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