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After His Brother Died From Suicide, This Man Started A Program To Get Ex-Prisoners Into Work

Mervyn Eades, a 49-year-old Noongar man from the southwest corner of Western Australia, left prison for the last time in 2002.
He had spent years in and out of the justice system since he was 13 years old.
Soon after his release came a terrible loss: his 18-year-old brother, who had also spent time in and out of detention, killed himself.
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Ngalla Maya helps ex-prisoners into employment, saving WA Government millions

Giving former prisoners the tools to kickstart their journey back into employment, Ngalla Maya is breaking national records and saving the Western Australian Government millions in the process.
Founded in 2014 by staunch Minang Noongar man, Mervyn Eades, Ngalla Maya came about after Eades himself got out of the prison system and saw there was nothing around to help ex-prisoners find their feet.. Read More

Ngalla Maya chief executive Mervyn Eades helping others turn their lives around

Giving former prisoners the tools to kickstart their journey back into employment, Ngalla Maya is breaking national records and saving the Western Australian Government millions in the process.

Founded in 2014 by staunch Minang Noongar man, Mervyn Eades, Ngalla Maya came about after Eades himself got out of the prison system and saw there was nothing around to help ex-prisoners find their feet. Read More

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