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Mātātaki | The Challenge
For All Our Futures
Mary Anne is a New Zealand Scholarship recipient who hopes to improve the quality of healthcare services in her home country of Malaysia.
Deborah's statisitical modelling research has the potential to improve health outcomes for people in regions with limited funding.
To’oa, from Samoa, gained field work and research experience from her Bachelor of Science degree majoring in Geography and Environmental Science.
Linh wants to use her Master of Marketing to elevate rural tourism in her home country, Vietnam.
Talie hopes to use his Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) in Civil Engineering to improve infrastructure in his home country, Samoa.
Nur, from Indonesia, is studying towards a Master of Commerce, specialising in Global Management and Innovation.
Daniel, from the Caribbean state Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, will use his Master of Engineering to help his region prepare for natural disasters.
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