Strategic Plan 2022-2032 and Economic Development Strategy 2022-2027
Gangalidda Garawa Native Title Aboriginal Corporation
Engagement, research, planning and strategy to support the realisation of priorities in the areas of governance and administration, economy and infrastructure, environment and country, and culture and community.
Plan C worked with the Gangalidda Garawa Native Title Aboriginal Corporation (GGNTAC) to develop a ten-year strategy and five-year Economic Development Plan.
As the Traditional Owners of an area that stretches from the Northern Territory to beyond Burketown in Far North Queensland, these strategic documents will help inform decision-making in communities spread over a large area of pristine traditional lands over ten years. Key considerations include commercial opportunities in business, land development and building upon prior successes in tourism.
This project was delivered with the assistance of Carpentaria Land Council Aboriginal Corporation (CLCAC) as part of the Prescribed Body Corporate (PBC) Capacity Building Project
#Key Outcomes Achieved
The GGNTAC 10-Year Strategic Plan 2022-2032, presented over three volumes including Consultation Outcomes, Situational Analysis, and a Director’s version.
The GGNTAC 5-Year Economic Plan 2022-2027.
Three rounds of engagement with GGNTAC Directors to identify aspirations and resourcing.
Follow-up implementation studies and business planning.
Strategic Plan 2022-2032 and Economic Development Strategy 2022-2027 (Gulf Region Aboriginal Corporation)
Supporting Traditional Owners to realise self-identified aspirations with research, planning and strategy.
Planning, engagement and research to support the identification and resourcing of community's economic, governance, environment and culture priorities.
Five-year strategy to focus the Corporation’s resources towards the achievement of identified priorities for the future benefit of Ewamian People.
Engaging with Traditional Owners to prepare a business plan for an Indigenous training program providing wildfire management and mitigation training.
Research and engagement to support planning for increased governance and administrative capability, community development, and emerging tourism opportunities.
Exploring current issues and opportunities, shared goals, future aspirations and developing strategies to achieve the Community's collective vision.