Reports and Publications

MADALAH Annual Reports and Publications

MADALAH Limited’s Annual Report covers the period between 1st January to 31st December of each year. In this report, you will see how we have continued to meet our obligations under the Indigenous Advancement Strategy and how passionate we are about Closing the Gap and empowering Indigenous people to transform their lives through education and training. 

annual report 2023


2022 was the beginning of WA returning to life as usual. MADALAH had many exciting events and we are excited to share them with you.

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Annual Report 2021

Similar to the 2020 lockdowns, the MADALAH team assisted families and liaised closely with partner schools to ensure students were safe whilst continuing their learning from home. With our hard borders in place, the year progressed positively and despite minor COVID-19 disruptions, the restrictions slowly reduced within our state. This marked the return of normality for our students attending our partner schools.

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Annual Report 2020

2020 was a challenging year for everyone with the COVID-19 pandemic affecting not only us here in Western Australia but globally across the world. The MADALAH team worked harder than ever to continue supporting our students.

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Annual Report 2018/19

2019 marks a significant milestone for MADALAH. It represents 10 years of providing educational opportunities via scholarships and training to Indigenous students in Western Australia

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Annual Report 2018

Did you know that this year MADALAH provided scholarships to 197 secondary students, including 33 Year 12 graduates?

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Acknowledgement of Country

MADALAH acknowledges and pays tribute to the Whadjuk Noongar, the Traditional Custodians of the Lands on which we work, and we pay our respects to their Elders – past, present and emerging. This acknowledgement extends to the First Peoples’ land across the state of Western Australia which is home to the many students that we support.

MADALAH recognises and values the continuity of cultural, educational and spiritual practices of First Peoples.

We wish to advise our First Peoples that this site may contain the names, images or audio-visual recordings of people who have passed.