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2013

Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, Australian Institute of Family Studies (2013)

What works to overcome Indigenous disadvantage: key learnings and gaps in the evidence: 2011-12.

Canberra: Closing the Gap Clearinghouse

This report summaries the findings of the Closing The Gap Clearinghouse on the research and evaluation evidence collected for overcoming disadvantage for Indigenous Australians. For this report the Clearinghouse focused on three of the seven Council of Australian Governments building blocks for overcoming disadvantage; early childhood, health and safe communities. It includes information on what works, what does not work and gaps in the evidence.

Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet abstract

New South Wales Ministry of Health (2013)

Year in review: health protection in NSW, 2012.

New South Wales Public Health Bulletin; 24(3): 105-118

2012

Urbis (2012)

Assessment of the social outcomes of the Working on Country program.

Canberra: Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities

2011

Henderson R, Abrahams J (2011)

Community water conservation program guide.

Darwin: Northern Territory Power and Water Corporation

This guide has been developed for the agencies responsible for implementing and further developing a Community Water Ranger (CWR) program in the Northern Territory (NT).

The guide contains guidance to CWR project managers on how to establish, support and operate a Community Water Ranger program, including:

  • program objectives
  • approaches for achieving water savings
  • structure of the program
  • methods to provide orientation, support and empower employees
  • training
  • project management tools
  • monitoring and evaluation methods
  • detailed instructions and tools for the activities that CWRs would perform.

This work was completed as part of the Community Water Planning initiative to improve water management in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. 

Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet abstract

Pitman B (2011)

Building Indigenous healthy housing teams : a case study.

Darwin: Human Services Training Advisory Council

 
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