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SVA Consulting and First Australians

SVA has a vision for a reconciled Australia and understands that achieving this goal requires changes to the institutional framework, government policies, funding models, and service design and delivery – all with a focus on increasing First Australians’ capacity for self-governance.  

SVA Consulting works with Aboriginal-controlled organisations, government, funders and other partners to progress this work and vision. We seek to strengthen our clients’ ability to deliver meaningful and sustainable change and bring an objective, fact-based approach to our work.  

Case studies

Anindilyakwa Land Council & South32

Anindilyakwa Land Council & South32

SVA worked with Anindilyakwa Land Council and South32 to create a future economy for Groote Eylandt following the closure of mining.

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Victorian Aboriginal Child Care Association

Victorian Aboriginal Child Care Association

SVA supported VACCA to put client outcomes at the centre of its work and better demonstrate its effectiveness to key stakeholders.

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Dept. of Prime Minister & Cabinet

Dept. of Prime Minister & Cabinet

SVA supported PM&C to understand, estimate and value the social, cultural and economic impact of Indigenous radio.

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Insights

Engaging with Indigenous communities

Engaging with Indigenous communities

Brendan Ferguson explores the Martu people’s deep connection to country through a Social Return on Investment analysis of their on-country programs.

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Indigenous nations and financial markets

Indigenous nations and financial markets

The Indigenous Investment Principles guide Indigenous nations to effectively manage their financial capital for the benefit of both current and future generations.

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Innovative way to measure what matters

Innovative way to measure what matters

Indigenous Business Australia (IBA) with SVA Consulting have developed an affordable, transparent and objective system that measures social impact.

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