In the Northern Territory, WSP’s Scott Robertson, Team Leader – Program Delivery Central NT, has been committed to helping local communities and worked diligently for key client stakeholders at the Commonwealth Department of Health over the last few years developing infrastructure essential for the care of Indigenous Australians.
We’re thrilled to see that the Federal Government recently announced its commitment to providing an additional $254.4 million towards infrastructure to better support Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisations do their critical work on their terms. Read more.
A genuine commitment
Karen Mundine, CEO, Reconciliation Australia, says, “On behalf of Reconciliation Australia, I congratulate WSP on its continued commitment to reconciliation, as it implements its sixth Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP).
“WSP is continuing its focus on genuine, two-way relationships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and organisations in this Stretch RAP, committing to 10 formal partnerships and as well as engaging with clients to identify opportunities to mutually support RAP Initiatives.
“These projects, among others, show WSP’s dedication to taking brave steps to create substantive change and benefits for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
“On behalf of Reconciliation Australia, I commend WSP on this Stretch RAP and look forward to following its ongoing reconciliation journey.”
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