Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2021 Week 13 Hansard (Thursday, 2 December 2021) . . Page.. 4188 ..
(1) How many multi-unit developments have opted-in to the Belconnen FOGO trial and how many of these are (a) townhouse complexes and (b) apartment complexes.
(2) How many multi-unit developments have not opted-in to the Belconnen FOGO trial and how many of these are (a) townhouse complexes and (b) apartment complexes.
Mr Steel: The answer to the member’s question is as follows:
(1) There are 11 multi-unit developments (MUDs) compromising 569 dwellings which are participating into the FOGO pilot as of 8 December 2021.
a. Six are townhouse complexes.
b. Five are apartment complexes.
(2) The FOGO pilot aims to have approximately 5,000 households participating. Discussions and site inspections are underway with several more MUDS which have indicated interest to determine their suitability for the pilot. The aim is to have a sufficiently diverse cross section of MUDs to maximise the learnings from the pilot.
Alexander Maconochie Centre—Worldview program(Question No 564)
Mrs Kikkert asked the Minister for Health, upon notice, on 3 December 2021:
(1) How many former detainees have been assisted by Worldview since it began receiving funding from the ACT Government.
(2) How many have been directly employed by Worldview.
(3) Has there been either a government or independent evaluation on the program being conducted by Worldview; if so, is this in the process of being done, or has it already been completed.
(4) If an evaluation already exists, can the Minister attach the evaluation to the response to this question
(5) When is funding from the ACT Government for the Worldview program intended to cease.
Ms Stephen-Smith: The answer to the member’s question is as follows:
These questions appear to relate to a particular Worldview program. As identified in the response to QON 408, Worldview has been a successful grant recipient in a number of grants rounds to deliver health, skills and employment preparedness outcomes. The responses below relate to the two ACT Health Promotion Grants that are managed by the ACT Health Directorate.
1. The Worldview Foundation has advised that to date 39 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander participants have been assisted since it began receiving funding under the Smoke, Booze and Drug Free Prison Post Release initiative. Program participants comprise: