KIBCA educational scholarships for children of Kolombangara landholders

KIBCA Scholarship Program 2014-15

Adrian Ghele handing over scholarships to a school
Adrian Ghele handing over scholarships to a school

Through the continuing generosity of our donors, KIBCA’s Scholarship Program has grown larger again! A total of 126 scholarships have been awarded for 2014.

KIBCA rolls out 2013 scholarships

Adrian Ghele of KIBCA hands a scholarship cheque to the principal of Ringgi High School with some of the 31 recipients from the school

KIBCA has commenced the role out of the 2013 scholarship program. This year KIBCA has awarded 120 scholarships to children from Kolombangara attending secondary schools and tertiary colleges.

Through the generosity of many donors KIBCA has been able to allocate $100,000 SBD for scholarships in 2013. This is an increase of $10,000 from last year.

Scholarships 2013 - Conservation on Kolombangara supports Education

KIBCA's Adrian Ghele presents Ringgi High School with the 2013 KIBCA scholarships

The Kolombangara Island Biodiversity Conservation Association (KIBCA) has commenced delivery of funds from its 2013 Educational Scholarship Program.

Scholarships worth $100,000 will be granted by KIBCA this year to assist students from the Island. This is an increase of $10,000 from 2012.

2013 Scholarship Program

KIBCA will offer education scholarships in 2013.

Families are encouraged to join KIBCA to ensure their eligibility for the program. Information on the Scholarship program is available from the KIBCA office. Members of the local communities can become a life members of KIBCA for $5.

Conservation supporting education

Adrian Ghele, KIBCA Administration Officer KIBCA, presents an Educational Scholarship cheque to Mr. Michael Tanento, Headmaster Ringgi Community High School.

In May KIBCA commenced delivery of funds from its 2012 Educational Scholarship Program. This year 120 individual Scholarships worth $90,000 will be granted to assist students from the Island.

KIBCA educational scholarships

Kolombangara scholarship receipients visit the KIBCA office
Ringgi High School receives scholarships from KIBCA Coordinator, while scholarship students look on.

KIBCA offers a yearly educational scholarship program for Indigenous Kolombangara parents to support their child's education.

The scholarship program began in 2009, when it was run by KFPL and funded by SICCP. Since 2010, it has been run by KIBCA.

KIBCA Educational Scholarships - 2011 Applications

NOTE: The 2011 Scholarships are closed and decisions have been made on the distribution of funds. The information below is provided as background information only.

Indigenous Kolombangaran parents can now apply for educational scholarships for 2011.


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