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Kurbingui Youth Development Association (KYDA)

 

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The name 'Kurbingui' from the Turrabul language means 'The transition from boy to man'. The KYDA mission is to address the disadvantage and poverty experienced by Indigenous and non-Indigenous youth through the provision of programs and services designed to alleviate isolation, poverty, discrimination and unemployment. They offer a range of training, employment and family programs. KYDA employs an alcohol, tobacco and illicit drugs project worker to address alcohol, tobacco & illicit drugs issues through its Yeaca Dhargo Family Project.

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Last updated: 15 September 2010
 
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