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Milingimbi water management

 

Overview

A collaborative project which examined and improved the engagement process with the remote community of Milingimbi over the water management issues faced in their community. Project partners included the Power and Water Corporation, Northern Territory (NT) and the Yolngu Aboriginal Consultancy Initiative at Charles Darwin University. The project involved water stories; the two partners in the project told their water story, with the expectation on moving forward with community engagement in water management practices.

A number of resources were developed for the consultation process, see related publications and links below for further details.

Abstract adapted from Yolngu Aboriginal Consultancy Initiative

Contacts

Yolngu Aboriginal Consultancy Initiative
Charles Darwin University
(see link below)

Related publications

Milingimbi Gapu: power and water and Milingimbi community – water conservation project – Milingimbi stories (2010)

The people of Milingimbi, Charles Darwin University

Milingimbi water conservation: Djaka gapuw namathan: care properly for our water: power and water and Milingimbi community – water conservation project – working together (2010)

The people of Milingimbi, Charles Darwin University

Northern Territory Power and Water Corporation (2010)

Milingimbi water: Djaka gapuw namathan - care properly for our water.

Darwin: Northern Territory Power and Water Corporation

Milingimbi water: power and water and Milingimbi community – water conservation project – power and water stories (2010)

The people of Milingimbi, Charles Darwin University

Links

 
Last updated: 9 September 2013
 
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