Creating jobs, training and economic opportunity through the development of a community-run op-shop in Galariinbaraay/Collarenebri
The centralisation of public services into reginal and metrpolitan cities, and withdrawal of social and employment support from small rural towns, has contributed to a decline in local training opportunities and businesses in which young people can access work experience. There is also a critical need for improved access to affordable clothing, blankets, kitchen applicance and similar to ensure the health of their family.
Theory of Change
Increase in training and employment opportunities for young people.
Sustainable business models that generates surpluses for reinvestment in community health.
Self-reported satisfaction with quality of experience.
Long Term Outcomes
Improved local training opportunities for young people.
Number of trainees
Surplus revenue from activities
Self-reported experience of trainees
8 December 2023
The program is subject of a current grant application.
Roie Caine, Practice Manager, Collarenebri Medical Centre (02) 5809 9505