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There are an estimated 105,237 people who are homeless in Australia. Project Zero aims to create cities where the number of homeless people is not greater than the amount of shelter on offer. In the US it has lead to ten cities achieving their target. It’s now set its sights on Australia, starting with Adelaide.

The project starts with knowing the names of all the homeless people in the city and is an ongoing coordinated effort aimed to make service system better match the needs of housing supply.

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