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Stronger Communities for Children

 

Overview

Stronger Communities for Children (SCfC) is a ten-year community development program, committed to working with Aboriginal people in ten sites across the Northern Territory, involving twelve remote Aboriginal communities. 

SCfC supports Aboriginal people to build strong, independent lives, where communities, families and children are safe and healthy. It ensures that local people are in control of local decision making, ensuring that people in communities have a real say in what services they need and how they are delivered.

The SCfC project runs in the following ten sites:

Ninti One and Menzies School of Health Research work alongside advisory groups and facilitating partners during the early stages of SCfC implementation, engaging with evidence around children, families and wellbeing.

SCfC is funded through the Prime Minister and Cabinet's Department.

Abstract adapted from Ninti One

Contacts

Olivia Couch
Project Manager
Stronger Communities for Children
Ninti One
29 Wilkinson Street
Alice Springs NT 0870
PO Box 3971
Alice Springs NT 0871
Ph: (08) 7905 5510
Email: Olivia.Couch@nintione.com.au

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Last updated: 18 September 2017
 
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