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The Cambodian-Australian Welfare Council of NSW INC is a non profitable organsation. it was established in 1983 by workers working with Khmer clients. It is a network of Khmer and other workers interested in Khmer issues which meets monthly to liaise, discuss and plan.
In 1996, the Khmer Interagency, as it was then called, became Khmer Interagency Incorporated and set up management structures.
In 1997, funding for a Level 3 worker was received from the then Department of Immigration and Multicultural Affairs under its Community Services Settlement Scheme.
In 1999, further funding was received from DIMIA for a CSSS worker. In September, the name of the organisation was changed to the Cambodian-Australian Welfare Council of NSW Inc. (CAWC). Early in 2002, additional funding was received from various sources. There are now five funded positions with CAWC.
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