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Australian Indigenous HealthBulletin
 

Pilbara Indigenous employment program (IEP)

 

Overview

The Pilbara Indigenous employment program (IEP), run by the Western Australian Country Health Service, has been established to improve health outcomes by developing and promoting Indigenous employment and training opportunities within the Pilbara health sector. This is achieved through:

The IEP was developed as part of the Pilbara Health Initiative; a five-year partnership between the State Government's Royalties for regions program and the Chamber of Minerals and Energy's Pilbara Industry's Community Council (PICC) Health Initiative members. The IEP represents an important partnership between industry and the State Government working with Indigenous people and communities across the Pilbara to improve health outcomes by increasing employment and training for Indigenous people.

Abstract adapted from Western Australian Country Health Service

Contacts

Western Australian Country Health Service
Pilbara Indigenous Employment Program
Ph: (08) 9173 8522

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Last updated: 17 January 2013
 
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