National Partnership Agreement on Remote Indigenous Housing

The National Partnership Agreement on Remote Indigenous Housing (NPARIH) was a COAG reform strategy that aimed to address overcrowding, homelessness, poor housing conditions and severe housing shortages in remote Indigenous communities within a 10 year time frame (to June 2018). It was designed to provide a new direction for remote Aboriginal housing with $5.5 billion in funding.

The WA government in submissions to the Commonwealth Grants Commission has noted there is no agreement beyond the life of NPARIH (2018). 

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