Annual Report 2000/2001 Territory Housing
Tabled paper 154
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[>OsEaEflDqgi JHnnEl] taajisiPG SE = SS0 Appendix KEY OBJECTIVES OF THE AGREEMENT FORTHE PROVISION AND MANAGEMENT OF HOUSING AND RELATED INFRASTRUCTURE FOR ABORIGINAL AND TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER PEOPLE IN THE NORTHERN TERRITORY The Agreement for the Provision and Management o f Housing and Related Infrastructure for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People in the Northern Territory represents a commitment by the Commonwealth Government, the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission (ATSIC) and the Northern Territory Government. The outcome of the Agreement is to improve housing outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people by implementing joint arrangements for the effective planning and delivery o f housing and related infrastructure. The primary objectives of the Agreements are to: direct housing assistance on the basis o f need; allocate resources to maximise the quantity and quality o f the housing stock giving priority to the: encouragement o f healthy living practices through the development of appropriate design and technology; ensuring the involvement of community organisations in the provision and design of their housing; development of effective community management for housing and related infrastructure; development and maintenance of related employment and training programs; and the provision o f work to sustain local Aboriginal building teams. page
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