Community Development Projects
Gumala Aboriginal Corporation is currently taking large strides in improving the lives of Gumala's Traditional Owners by implementing and managing a range of important Community Development Projects. Our current projects include:
Pilbara Housing Strategy
Gumala’s Pilbara Housing Strategy is designed to ensure that our Members have access to affordable rental accommodation. It involves sourcing land and constructing appropriate residential accommodation for our Members to rent in the Pilbara.
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The Early Childhood 3A Project
In 2011 Gumala Aboriginal Corporation developed a unique Early Childhood Centre and learning program at our remote community at Wakuthuni, thanks to an innovative partnership with The University of Melbourne and Tom Price Primary School.
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Bellary Springs Community Centre Project
The Bellary Springs Community Centre Project was made possible thanks to Gumala Aboriginal Corporation’s innovative partnership with The University of Melbourne and funding from Lotterywest. Significant in-kind assistance was also provided by Rio Tinto.
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Capital Works & Community Maintenance
The focus of Gumala's Capital Works & Community Maintenance projects is to improve existing facilities and install new facilities at our remote communities, which include Wakuthuni, Bellary Springs, Youngaleena,Wirrilimarra and Peedamulla.
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Health & Education Needs Analysis
Gumala Aboriginal Corporation and Murdoch University are progressing a ground-breaking Health and Education Needs Analysis. This will result in a mobile health clinic and school education initiatives for our Pilbara communities.
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