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Cultural response could improve Maori financial literacy

A report on the spending habits of M?ori women has identified that a culturally-responsive community model could help improve financial literacy among M?ori. The research project, which was conducted by the Westpac Massey fin-Ed Centre and funded by the SkyCity Auckland Community Trust, asked M?ori women to complete a spending diary for six to 12 weeks and/or take part in focus groups and financial health check surveys.
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