Projects

First Listed Yawuru Trading Floor<p>
<b>Estimated Start Date: July 2004<br>
Estimated Completion Date: Oct 2004<br>
Total Budget: $ 76,200 <br>
ISX Funds Requested: $39,710<br></b><p>

First listed Yawuru Trading Floor<p>
<b>Estimated Start Date: July 2004<br>
Estimated Completion Date: Dec 2004<br>
Total Budget: $ 25,097 (exclusive of GST)<br>
Investment Sought through ISX: $14,076.70<p></b>

<b>Project Name/Title: Julbunj Ngarrmun Tourism Program<br>
Estimated Start Date: July 2004<br>
Estimated Completion Date: Oct 2004<br>
Total Budget: $21297 (exclusive of GST) <br>
ISX Funds Requested: $10,776.70</b><p>

The Kimberley Centre for Indigenous and Community Economic Development enables local people to perform their own economic analyses, determine their own goals, and implement their own ideas. Our staff provides training with techniques, concepts, and tools, but local people carry out the project: it is done by them, not to them. The result is ownership of the project and ongoing sustainability

First listed Yawuru Trading Floor<p>
<b>Estimated Start Date: July 2004<br>
Estimated Completion Date: Dec 2004<br>
Total Budget: $21,497 (exclusive of GST)<br>
ISX Funds Requested: $11,326.70 (inclusive OF GST)</b><p>

First listed Yawuru Trading Floor<p>

First listed Yawuru Trading Floor<p>
<b>Proposal</b>: A proposal by Kimberly Aboriginal Pastoral Association (KAPA) to establish a cattle franchising agency has been developed. There is a concept for the franchising agency to be run under the auspices of a National Indigenous Pastoralists Alliance (NIPA) with an initial focus on the Kimberley and Cape York Peninsula. Start up capital, franchise expertise and cattle industry partners are sought and an initial discussion to talk about the idea will be held at the Yawuru Trading Floor of ISX May 19.<p>

<b>Yawuru Trading Floor on May 19 to be presented by Vincent Angus and Digby Macintosh.</b>

<b>Overview</b>

<b>Project</b>: Camping area/Tours

<b>Location</b>: Gulan 12 km east of Lombadina/Djadardjin : 35 km south One Arm Point

<b>Existing Infrastructure</b>: Camping area and in-house tours, i.e. mud crab, cultural, bush tucker

<b>Personnel</b>: Angus family, i.e. members of Mudnunn Aboriginal Corporation

<b>Finance Needed</b>: $30 - $50 K

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