UOW researcher leads project to help Aboriginals' pandemic response

Agron Latifi
Updated April 15 2021 - 12:19am, first published July 29 2020 - 8:30am
Professor Kathleen Clapham from the University of Wollongong was awarded $793,125 by NSW Health for the project - a place-based pandemic response to the strengths and vulnerabilities of Aboriginal communities in south-eastern New South Wales..
Professor Kathleen Clapham from the University of Wollongong was awarded $793,125 by NSW Health for the project - a place-based pandemic response to the strengths and vulnerabilities of Aboriginal communities in south-eastern New South Wales..

Funding has been set aside for a place-based pandemic response to the strengths and vulnerabilities of Aboriginal communities in south-eastern New South Wales.

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Agron Latifi

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Wollongong born and bred. I love reporting about the Illawarra region and have been doing it for more than 20 years. I've moved into sport recently after covering the education round for the last five plus years for the Illawarra Mercury. It's been a great pleasure.

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