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Murdi Paaki Regional Assembly (MPRA) was formed in 1997 and is known as a successful model for providing and managing houses for Aboriginal people in the Murdi Paaki region of NSW. MPRA and its membership of Community Working Parties (CWP's), form the governance framework that provides strategic engagement and co-ordination from Australian and NSW Governments and service providers for the delivery of services and programs against priorities determined by Aboriginal people through a comprehensive planning process.
MPRA's mission is to provide well managed, safe, affordable and functional housing for Aboriginal people in the Murdi Paaki region of NSW.
Abstract adapted from Murdi Paaki Regional Assembly
Murdi Paaki Regional Assembly
428 Argent Street
Broken Hill NSW 2880
Ph: (08) 8082 9888
Fax: (08) 8082 9889