Aboriginal Biodiversity Conservation Foundation

The ABC Foundation is a majority Aboriginal-owned, member-based social enterprise. It aims to lead the growth of a sustainable land and sea economy, by protecting, promoting, managing and enhancing the natural resources held within Aboriginal land and sea country in Australia.

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Who are we?

"With PRF's support, we continue to advance Indigenous Data Sovereignty, helping create employment and empowerment for Aboriginal women in remote and regional communities."

Alison Sentance, Chief Executive Officer, ABC Foundation Ltd.


What are we doing?

How can we provide meaningful on Country employment opportunities for Indigenous women in remote and regional Australia, addressing the shortage of Indigenous evaluators?

Aboriginal Biodiversity Conservation Foundation - Aboriginal Women’s Research Assistant & Evaluation

Supporting the Aboriginal Women’s Research Assistant and Evaluation (AWRAE) Training Project that pushes the boundaries of Indigenous Data Sovereignty, creating employment and empowerment for Aboriginal women in remote communities, including Karratha, Broome and Derby.
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Where are we working?

Explore where Aboriginal Biodiversity Conservation Foundation are active across Australia.


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impact areas

What are our impact areas?

Communities & place

Other areas of focus

What are our other impact areas?

Social enterprise

First Nations populations

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