Nganya is a 100% Aboriginal owned and operated business, committed to delivering high quality service and advice to our clients. We are focused on collaborations with purpose and community impact.

At Nganya, through a people and relationship-focused approach to community engagement, we ensure two-way relationships are nurtured with Aboriginal communities. We support and stretch individuals and organisations to make valuable contributions to achieve sustainable social change that delivers equitable outcomes.

We provide culturally sound and strategic advice to organisations and leaders on government reform, social policy design, performance, and program monitoring, stakeholder engagement and consultation, and the design and implement Reconciliation Action Plans, or Aboriginal Strategies. Our Way of Being ensures our collaborations with people, communities, and clients is focused on purpose and impact.

Nganya offers services across the following areas:

Our work is effective and long-lasting because our focus is not on ‘doing the work’ but we are committed to helping you and your organisation build capability to have greater clarity, confidence and connection in the work you do in partnership with Aboriginal communities.

We’re determined to elevate thinking and action beyond generic and transactional engagement to more robust, targeted and outcome-focused partnerships.

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Acknowledgment of Country

Nganya acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of Country throughout this land and recognises their connection throughout time to lands and waters.

We admire the collective wisdom of First Nations communities in health, spiritual wellbeing, caring for Country, science, education, and trade and local economies. We recognise the past provides us each with an opportunity to have a better understanding of ourselves and the world we are connected to.

We remember, honour, and have a deep appreciation for First Nations people and communities who have and are emotionally, physically, spiritually, and culturally harmed by colonisation.

This country was never ceded— it always was, and always will be Aboriginal land.

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