$4m indigenous program

OPPORTUNITY: Ian Ashby (right) and Andrew Penfold have developed a partnership to deliver scholarships to indigenous students in WA. Photo: Grant Currall

BHP Billiton has stepped up its sustainable development strategy by partnering with east coast-based Australian Indigenous Education Foundation to provide educational scholarships to indigenous high school students and those of university age.

The 10-year, $4.2 million partnership will deliver significant results, according to BHP Billiton Iron Ore president, Ian Ashby.

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