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Community Collaboration

The work of the Partnership was recently acknowledged by Julyardi Aboriginal Corporation during a visit to Port Hedland from Minister Anne Aly, Minister for Early Childhood Education & Youth, and Minister Matt Keogh, Minister for Defence Personnel & Veterans Affairs, who were invited by the Hedland Aboriginal Strong Leaders (HASL) to discuss challenges faced by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families in the town and surrounds of Port Hedland.

The discussion highlighted the Julu Kuma Ngarlijuru (Connected Beginnings program), to be delivered by Julyardi and aims to change the outcomes and experiences of Aboriginal children and families in Hedland. Julyardi recognised the valuable work that the Partnership is already contributing and welcomed the opportunity to continue developing and building the relationship as Julu Kuma Ngarlijuru progresses.

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