Partners & Funding Providers
Our partnerships are important to us and have been essential in our development and progress. Our partners have supported and encouraged us, from when we first began up to now when we are in the second wave of Mayi Kuwayu surveys.
Peak health organisations and services across the country have partnered with us and have given their support and time to the evolution and progress of the Mayi Kuwayu Study. We acknowledge the importance of connecting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and organisations with researchers and policymakers.
We would like to thank our study partners, funders and the Australian National University for their continued support.
The Mayi Kuwayu Study is based at the National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health (NCEPH) at the Australian National University (ANU).