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Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community Development Project (ASH project)

 

Overview

This project is driven to form and maintain holistic and culturally appropriate services for and with the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community in the metropolitan area and rural and remote areas of Western Australia.
The project aims to provide and encourage:

The ASH Project provides tailored HIV/AIDS education and prevention knowledge and training in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community organisations and non-Aboriginal organisations. The program also encourages and pursues joint initiatives with Aboriginal agencies and non-Aboriginal agencies, with the aim of increasing capacity of ongoing collaborative responses and a shared commitment to mutual outcomes.

Abstract adapted from WA AIDS Council (WAAC)

Contacts

Brendan Morrison
ASH Project
WA AIDS Council (WAAC)
664 Murray Street
West Perth WA 6005
Ph: (08) 9482 0000
Email: bmorrison@waaids.com

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Last updated: 12 October 2017
 
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